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Four CCSD Students win the Milton Wolf Prize in Student Diplomacy

Over the past few months, CCSD students entered the Milton Wolf Prize in Student Diplomacy, hosted by Centropa. To participate, students must identify a community problem (examples of past projects include homelessness, poverty, gender inequality, racism, among other topics), research the resources and local organizations addressing that problem, create a video or other presentation (PowerPoint, Prezi) to teach community members about the problem and how to get involved – and then go out and educate others using their presentation. This project provides real-world learning experiences for our students and empowers them to become active citizens in our community. 

 

Congratulations to four CCSD students who received notification that their projects won top prizes. 

Caleb Davenport -Resources for Charleston Area Foster Care Families

Teacher - Rikki Davenport - Moultrie

Harry Ding - Help Our Front Line Workers Fight COVID-19

Teacher - Liz Goodloe - Buist

Ella Moore - Advocating for the Foster Children

Teacher - Liz Goodloe - Buist

Elly Calder - Trash Cans and the Effect on the Beach

Teacher - Rikki Davenport - Moultrie