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Champlin Park High School Leo Club supplies snack kits for students at Evergreen Park, thanks to "We Day" grant

Last month, 30 students in the Champlin Park High School (CPHS) Leo Club stayed after school to assemble snack kits with cards with notes of kindness for students who may need snacks throughout the day at Evergreen Park World Cultures Community School. The funds for the project, $250, came from a grant the CPHS earned from WE Day last school year, and the high school students involved chose this project with the hope that they would reach students in need while brightening their day.

 

Anoka-Hennepin Community Education coordinates youth service activities and projects at all high schools. A Youth Service Coordinator at each high school coordinates meaningful leadership and service opportunities, trips and projects benefiting the community. Students interested in getting involved may visit with the Youth Service Coordinator at their high school, or visit www.ahschools.us/youthservice.

 

Students at CPHS assmeble snack kits for elementary school students in need Snack messages