Sixth graders consider what it means to be a good citizen

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Sixth graders consider what it means to be a good citizen

Lessons meant to be a ‘foundation for the rest of their lives’
Keelie Knipp, 12, left, and Angelina Mestas, 12, make chocolate chip and walnut cookies along with fellow Escalante Middle School students Logan Rossignol, 12, center, and Daniel Mietchen, 11, on Tuesday in one of the kitchens at Manna soup kitchen. The students were volunteering as part of their studies of citizenship.

Sixth graders consider what it means to be a good citizen

Keelie Knipp, 12, left, and Angelina Mestas, 12, make chocolate chip and walnut cookies along with fellow Escalante Middle School students Logan Rossignol, 12, center, and Daniel Mietchen, 11, on Tuesday in one of the kitchens at Manna soup kitchen. The students were volunteering as part of their studies of citizenship.
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