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  • The South Carolina High School League awarded the Lake City High School Athletic Department the Palmetto Gold distinction for exceptional participation in the Palmetto Pride initiative that focused on overall sportsmanship and community service projects.

  • Berner Middle School students may not have looked like they put much effort into their wardrobes on March 22, but by wearing their pajamas to school they raised awareness for an important cause.

  • Students and staff at Unqua Elementary School in the Massapequa School District used their feet to achieve a feat — raising hundreds of dollars for Down Syndrome International.

  • Sam Olson was running through the highlights of the second annual Kids Fighting Hunger community service project. "We've almost doubled what we did last year, in terms of money, food (packed) and volunteers," Olson said. "It was a very, very big success." He stopped and smiled.

  • Students, family members, administrators and faculty members in the Northport-East Northport School District gathered at William J. Brosnan School for St. Baldrick’s Day on March 10 in the fight to end childhood cancer.

  • Students, staff and family members at Bayport-Blue Point School District’s James Wilson Young Middle School recently showed their support for children fighting childhood cancer by lining up to shave their heads at the “Rock the Bald 2017” event, in partnership with the St. Baldrick’s Foundation.

  • Source: https://fordhamram.com/2017/03/08/special-issue-student-athletes-turned-...

  • MADISON, Wis. — Wisconsin student-athletes were joined by a special guest — Bucky Badger — to help congratulate students at Olson Elementary for their good behavior on Friday, March 10.

  • Rocky Point Middle School students and staff members blanketed the school’s gymnasium in a sea of green as they rallied together to raise funds to combat childhood cancers during this year’s St. Baldrick’s event.

  • It was only appropriate that on Valentine’s Day Syosset High School’s Interact Club held its latest philanthropic endeavor to raise money to provide life-saving heart surgeries to children in need.

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