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Cottonwood Creek students strive to Visakia positive changes in the world Inspired by the award-winning book The View from Saturday tirls chronicles the building of a sixth-grade academic teamfive Cottonwood Creek Elementary School girls have taken steps to change the world one project at a time. They were trustworthy with money and responsible to ensure the campaign was run fairly. Program stands for. With Ms. Smith's guidance, the enthusiastic girls initiated a Penny Wars competition to raise the funds for Turkey's earthquake victims. The group's president, Visalia girls Perez, explains that each class was given a jar to collect the pennies.

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Cottonwood Creek students strive to make positive changes in the world Inspired by the award-winning book The View from Saturday which chronicles the building of a sixth-grade academic teamfive Cottonwood Creek Elementary School girls have taken steps to change the world one project at a time. They were trustworthy with money and responsible glrls ensure the campaign was run fairly.

Program stands for. With Ms.

Smith's guidance, the enthusiastic girls initiated a Penny Wars competition to raise the funds for Turkey's earthquake victims. The group's president, Alexandra Perez, explains that each class was given a jar to collect the pennies. Each penny represents one point.

To subtract points from their efforts, neighboring classes could "bomb" the jar by depositing silver coins or dollar bills. For example, a quarter placed in a rival class' jar would subtract 25 points.

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Smith's class. Buoyed by their success with the Red Cross campaign, the MAD Chicks have organized themselves into a club with girla, other members and a new project. The girls have ed the Disney Channel's "Friends for Change" program and conceived a school-wide recycling program. They have developed a video, which they hope to present to classes and inspire students to participate in the recycling program this year.

If their excitement for the Penny Wars campaign is any indication, there is no doubt that the MAD Chicks will be making a huge difference this spring in the way Cottonwood Creek students look at paper waste on campus and at home! Tim A.

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