Sixth graders find fun in kindness

Sixth graders at T.J. Walker Middle School in Sturgeon Bay are proving you do not always need something in exchange for doing something good. Dropping off "worry dolls" to the cancer center at Door County Medical Center last week was just the latest act of goodwill done by the Kind Clipper Club, which first formed five years ago for sixth grade students. Though the execution often needs the help of the adults, the ideas and motivation for the projects throughout the school year comes from the students themselves. It is the drive from the students that inspires people like the Kind Clipper Club's advisor Cassee Jandrin.

Jandrin says other projects like sending Christmas cards to anonymous people or making art for local nursing homes often goes unnoticed, but it still thrills the students to do something good in the community.


Photo courtesy of Sturgeon Bay School District




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