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Many kids look forward eating lunch with their friends at school each day. But for some kids, especially those who are new to a school, lunch can be a very lonely time. While many kids are sitting with their friends, others spend each lunch period alone. Denis Estimon, a senior,… Read more »
Have you ever heard of autism? Do you know someone who has autism? Well, if not, you are about to meet someone who does! A muppet! For the first time ever, Sesame Street is adding a muppet who has autism to its cast! Julia is just like most 4 year… Read more »
You may have heard of the Red Cross. They are an organization that helps people who are in need. It may be because of a Hurricane, a flood, a war or an earthquake. No matter how bad the situation, they will always be there to help! But it hasn’t always… Read more »
When Nia Mya Reese was asked to write a story for class at at Deer Valley Elementary School in Birmingham, Alabama, she chose a topic that she was an expert in: how to handle annoying little brothers! Nia Mya apparently had learned many lessons in this area, dealing with her… Read more »
While most girls like to play with dolls, 10 year old Gianni Graham of Norfolk, Virginia has chosen to give them away! She gives them to girls in need. Girls who live in foster care, homeless shelters and others who live in poverty. Gianni started with Barbies. Her goal was… Read more »
Tommy Morrissey loves to play golf. He is really, really, good at it. At only 6 years old, he is just getting started. It is very unusual for someone so young to be so good! But that is just the start. What is even more amazing, is that Tommy plays… Read more »
Four years ago, Caleb Swanigan was an a overweight, homeless, teenager. He weighed 360 pounds before he entered 8th grade. He grew up in Indiana and Utah, but rarely stayed in the same place long. In fact he went to four middle schools and nine elementary schools. But then, something changed.… Read more »