Deer Park High School’s Senior Serve

Deer Park High School’s Senior Serve – Local12 from Steve Oldfield on Vimeo.

While the underclassmen were stuck taking state standardized tests, seniors at Deer Park High School outside Cincinnati spent the week engaged in helping more than a dozen non-profits in our area. We are grateful to Local12 for telling the story. This video was produced by the Service Learning Network, a project of Children, Inc’s Service Learning team.

 

Goodridge Elementary hosts an Art and Talent Show to benefit Cheery Education Centre in Nairobi, Kenya

Goodridge ElementaryAfrica Final from Steve Oldfield on Vimeo.

The third graders at Goodridge Elementary School learned and participated in African art, dances, games, songs, and words, along with learning about the continent of Africa and the country of Kenya. Students learned about the scarcity of water throughout the world, but primarily in Kenya and hosted an Art and Talent Show to benefit a non-profit in Nairobi, Kenya.

Adam Guard gives a motivational speech to the students in NKYAB

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Adam Guard is the captain of the Thomas More football team and a motivational speaker based in Covington, KY.

The Northern Kentucky Youth Advisory Board brings together some of the top student leaders from more than a dozen high schools to engage and learn from each other. It empowers them to be agents of change in their schools and communities.

For more information, visit: https://nkyab.weebly.com/ 

 

Conner Middle School and Thornwilde Elementary Help the Homeless and Hungry

Conner Middle School and Thornwilde Elementary Help the Homeless and Hungry from Steve Oldfield on Vimeo.

This video features two service learning educational projects in Hebron, Kentucky. Students at Conner Middle School and Thornwilde Elementary are collecting items for the homeless and hungry in their area. This video was produced by The Service Learning Network of Children, Inc. We are grateful to Local 12, WKRC-TV for their support of the students’ work.

 

The Northern Kentucky Youth Advisory Board Addresses Gun Violence in Schools

The Northern Kentucky Youth Advisory Board brings together some of the top student leaders in the region to engage and learn from each other. It empowers them to be agents of change in their schools and communities.

In light of the recent school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, students participated in a National Issues Forum focused on the question: How Should We Prevent Mass Shootings in Our Communities?

Students’ discussions focused on three possible solutions:

  1. Reduce the threat of mass shooting by creating greater restrictions on gun ownership.
  2. Equip people to defend themselves and provide additional security officers in public spaces.
  3. Root out violence in society by reducing violence and criminality in pop culture.

Here’s what the students of NKYAB had to say on the topic:

nkyab gun violence from Steve Oldfield on Vimeo.