CPJHS' Cougars 4 Kindness Spends Saturday Serving Community in Adopt-A-Path Program
May 19, 2023
Creekside Park Junior High Cougars 4 Kindness Spends Saturday Serving Community in Adopt-A-Path Program
Since its inception one year ago, Creekside Park Junior High’s Cougars 4 Kindness and Austin Bank have initiated and participated in a variety of community-service projects and initiatives to spread kindness around school and their community.
Recently, Cougars 4 Kindness partnered with The Woodlands Township to help make the community cleaner and greener with their Adopt-A-Path program. On Saturday, May 13, around 20 students from CPJHS took part in their first Adopt-A-Path service project, which will be a quarterly project, where they are assigned a path in the community and are responsible for cleaning up the path.
This project is one of many that this group of students has participated in throughout the two years. Whether it is Kids for Peace through Great Kindness Challenge, Juice Box Challenge through Kids Meals or campus-based projects designed to spread kindness during many appreciation days, CPJHS continues to give back to its community.
“Community involvement and service teaches our students a sense of school and community pride,” said CPJHS counselor Brandi Halverson. “It also teaches them the importance of citizenship, responsibility, community service, and generosity. This also builds relationships and partnerships within the community and with our local businesses.”
As this group grows, more and more students are becoming involved.
“The students are excited about the opportunity to serve the campus, community, and global regions,” Halverson said. “They are continuing to look for new opportunities and ways to serve, support, and show kindness.”
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