Clarence Middle School Students Show They’re Global Thinkers During the Global Pandemic: 

When seventh graders at Clarence Middle School began the school year in socially distant classrooms wearing masks due to the Covid-19 crisis, they knew they were doing their part to take care of themselves, their community, and each other. It was when they began reading Linda Sue Park’s novel A Long Walk to Water that they decided they wanted to do something to take care of the world. Though CMS had partnered with the UWP over the past seven years, completing an annual “Walk for Water” and fundraising, we didn’t think we’d be able to pull it off this year. Our students told us we could, and we’d do it virtually, and we’d show the world what true civic responsibility and a willingness to make a difference should look like. From October 14 through October 30, CMS seventh graders will be participating in a “Virtual Walk for Water” and fundraiser to remind people that the worldwide water crisis, which impacts over a billion people a year, is something we can all work together to change.

P.S. - When donating on behalf of a student, don't forget to click the "Dedicate this Gift" button and fill out the name of the student you're donating for!

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Clarence Middle School - Virtual Walk for Water

by Ugandan Water Project


Clarence Middle School Students Show They’re Global Thinkers During the Global Pandemic: 

When seventh graders at Clarence Middle School began the school year in socially distant classrooms wearing masks due to the Covid-19 crisis, they knew they were doing their part to take care of themselves, their community, and each other. It was when they began reading Linda Sue Park’s novel A Long Walk to Water that they decided they wanted to do something to take care of the world. Though CMS had partnered with the UWP over the past seven years, completing an annual “Walk for Water” and fundraising, we didn’t think we’d be able to pull it off this year. Our students told us we could, and we’d do it virtually, and we’d show the world what true civic responsibility and a willingness to make a difference should look like. From October 14 through October 30, CMS seventh graders will be participating in a “Virtual Walk for Water” and fundraiser to remind people that the worldwide water crisis, which impacts over a billion people a year, is something we can all work together to change.

P.S. - When donating on behalf of a student, don't forget to click the "Dedicate this Gift" button and fill out the name of the student you're donating for!