Littleton, Colorado – April 2012 –On Friday, April 13, 2012, 50 high school students from Lakewood High School in Lakewood, Colorado, will be packing and delivering 100 sack lunches to those experiencing homelessness in downtown Denver. As part of the FRIENDS FIRST STARS peer-mentoring program, these students are taking part in a club in which upperclassmen mentor freshmen, teaching them about how to make healthy choices for their lives in order to grow up to be a positive influence in their families and their communities. The mentors and mentees will begin at Civic Center Park and will canvas outward from there. ... Full story
My name is Jahnee’ Hughes and I am fifteen years old. I currently attend the International Baccalaureate Program at George Washington High School in Denver, Colorado as a freshman. During my 8th grade year, I had made the decision of abstinence. ... Full story
Concerned Parents and Allies to Oppose Natural Gas Extraction Near Local Schools ... Full story
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