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  • Congratulations to our contest winners!

    First place: Walker Elementary K-Kids, Missouri-Arkansas district
    Second place: St. Thomas More K-Kids, Bahamas district
    Third place: Minisink Valley Intermediate K-Kids, New York district 


    First place: Minisink Valley Intermediate K-Kids, New York district
    Second place: Gulf Shores Elementary K-Kids, Alabama district
    Third place: Citrus Grove Elementary K-Kids, Florida district 



    First place: Joseph Finegan Elementary K-Kids, Florida district

    Second place: Capitol Hill Montessori K-Kids, Capital district
    Third place: West Elementary K-Kids, Missouri-Arkansas district 

    First place: Granville Elementary K-Kids, Ohio district 
    Second place: Capitol Hill Montessori K-Kids, Capital district
    Third place: Gulf Shores Elementary K-Kids, Alabama district

    View all remaining contest opportunities, due May 1, at kkids.org/contests.

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  • Advance your club's impact with IDEA

    The final and fourth step of the IDEA Toolkit is called Advance the Impact. The four goals are outlined below, and tools and resources are available at kkids.org/IDEA to guide you through the process. By the end of this step, your club will have reflected on and celebrated your achievements, and shared with others what the club has learned.

    Goals: 

    • Club members will think about what they accomplished and celebrate their successes.
    • Club members will look at the impact made by their service project and figure out where they can improve.
    • Club members will share the results of their service project with others.
    • Club members will make plans to continue serving others in their school and community.

    Planning:
    Advisors and club officers should:

    • Read through all the outlines and worksheets included in the Advance the Impact section of the IDEA Toolkit. 
    • Work together to decide which activities will be accomplished during meetings and which ones members should do on their own.
    • Figure out which club officers will lead the club through each activity and how to get the best results.


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