Right Moves For Youth: Making a Difference

 

"Our Right Moves For Youth club visited the United Cerebral Palsy Children's Center.  This was our community service project.  We had to sing songs for children who could not talk or walk.  I was sad when I saw some children in wheelchairs.  Later on I got happy because a little girl smiled at me when I was singing.  We had fun singing songs.  I will never forget that day because I was helping somebody else."   Tandrez Rorie - 5th grade  

 

"Our Right Moves For Youth group here at Sedgefield Elementary visited the United Cerebral Palsy Children's Center for physically handicapped children as our community service project.  We sang songs for the children and staff.  We had fun visiting with them.  I would like to visit the children more often.  A big thank you to our club leaders for giving us the opportunity to help other children that are different."   Daisha Gilliam - 5th grade

 

"Right Moves For Youth students at Sedgefield Elementary are very hard working students.  We make good grades and help each other make the right choices.  One of the ways Right Moves students help is by doing community service.  We had to clean up the neighborhood near our school without pay.  I think the community appreciated what we did to help make the neighborhood look better."   Jakhari Cherry - 5th grade