Here are three simple ways kids can make a difference this school year

News Sep 01, 2010 Ancaster News

In addition to getting good grades and making new friends, there are lots of things kids can do to have a productive and meaningful school year.

• Be green. Plant a tree at school. Not only do trees give shade and a place to play, they also create oxygen and keep the air clean.

• Sponsor a child in need. Rally other homerooms to sponsor a child or children with a charity like Christian Children's Fund of Canada, www.ccfcanada.ca Kids can write to their sponsored child and keep up to date on their lives. • Be a leader and encourage a healthy eating program at your school. Kids who eat healthy tend to perform better.— News Canada

Here are three simple ways kids can make a difference this school year

News Sep 01, 2010 Ancaster News

In addition to getting good grades and making new friends, there are lots of things kids can do to have a productive and meaningful school year.

• Be green. Plant a tree at school. Not only do trees give shade and a place to play, they also create oxygen and keep the air clean.

• Sponsor a child in need. Rally other homerooms to sponsor a child or children with a charity like Christian Children's Fund of Canada, www.ccfcanada.ca Kids can write to their sponsored child and keep up to date on their lives. • Be a leader and encourage a healthy eating program at your school. Kids who eat healthy tend to perform better.— News Canada

Here are three simple ways kids can make a difference this school year

News Sep 01, 2010 Ancaster News

In addition to getting good grades and making new friends, there are lots of things kids can do to have a productive and meaningful school year.

• Be green. Plant a tree at school. Not only do trees give shade and a place to play, they also create oxygen and keep the air clean.

• Sponsor a child in need. Rally other homerooms to sponsor a child or children with a charity like Christian Children's Fund of Canada, www.ccfcanada.ca Kids can write to their sponsored child and keep up to date on their lives. • Be a leader and encourage a healthy eating program at your school. Kids who eat healthy tend to perform better.— News Canada