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South Charleston Mayor Frank Mullens spoke to students from South High School about new Tax increment financing regulations. The regulations will add a tax to new buildings in the city which would be used to fund infrastructure like roads and schools.
Rural teens interested in the arts may find it challenging to reach their goals. But one small Maine community is pumping millions of dollars into programs to connect people – especially youth – to the arts.
Students at Middle Creek High School created an app called “Eco Let’s Go!,” giving kids incentives when you positively impact the environment like turning off the lights, taking shorter showers and recycling.
A school in Omaha, Nebraska is educating students on the importance of giving back. Lewis and Clark Middle School’s food pantry not only supplies canned goods but coats and other supplies for students and families in need as well.
The M. O. R. E. Group offers young boys in Clarksburg, Maryland a safe place to be productive. The program engages students after class in activities like discussing current events and playing sports in an effort to curb misconduct.
Founded in 1971, Florence Fuller is a non-profit preschool in Boca Raton, Florida for parents that cannot afford to send their kids to school while also keeping their stomachs full. The non-profit has provided children a pathway out of poverty, inspiring them to make local and global differences and realize their full potential.
High school student Kiara Brown wrote the children's book Princess Pretend and the Not Knight to teach young children the value of discovering their own passions, and not relying on gender norms and stereotypes to determine their goals in life.