A Louisiana eight-grader wants to make sure that all of his classmates – especially those who are in need – have nice clothes to wear every day. So he created a school closet full of donated clothing items and other necessities that would supply what these students lack. 13-year-old Chase Neyland-Square is the brain behind
A parking ticket is a penalty on drivers for parking illegally, but in the city of Las Vegas, these fines are now serving a better purpose. The summer season has just arrived, but the city council of Las Vegas, Nevada has already implemented a measure that will have students receiving free school supplies by September.
Birthday parties are a staple celebration – something that we think everyone has had at least once in their lives. But for Frances Buzzard, a janitor at Belle Elementary School in West Virginia, that was not the case. When the school hired Miss Frances – as she is known by staff and students – as
Victories taste sweeter when shared with friends, family, and special people in our life. After all, they were the ones who inspired us to reach for our dreams. So it is only right to savor successful moments with them by our side. This must have been what’s on the mind of Parker, a student of
A stoma is an opening on the abdomen that can be connected to either the digestive or urinary system to allow waste to be diverted out of the body and collected in a special bag. A 10-year old kid from Kentucky named Seven Bridges was singled out in his school. He was picked on by
People often associate introverts with shyness, aloofness and loneliness. While introverts spend most of their time alone, it doesn’t mean they are anti-social or unfriendly. According to the popular psychiatrist, Carl Jung, introverts are more comfortable being on their own than being surrounded by many people. They also use their “me time” to rejuvenate or
When faced with an emergency, one must remain calm because panicking affects a person’s ability to think critically and make good decisions. But because it is human nature to react emotionally to these kinds of situations, what usually ensues is fear. Even grown adults fail to maintain their composure most of the time. So just
I am in my late 50s. You’d think by now I have this whole “Motherhood” thing all figured out. My kids were moving along in school, getting decent grades, graduating… then, BAM! I became a parent to adults. Anyone who thinks they won’t worry about their children after they turn 18 has an eye-opening moment coming.