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Students Get Hands On with Mutt-i-grees at Animal League America

Unqua Elementary School in Massapequa, NY began implementing the Mutt-i-grees Curriculum this fall and the students are loving it! To enhance what they are learning in the classroom, students visited North Shore Animal League America this week for a behind-the-scenes tour of the world’s largest no-kill rescue organization. Both the students and the puppies and kittens they visited with truly enjoyed the experience.

New York City Student Raises $100 for Shelter Animals

Inspired by the charitable work of one of her classmates, a New York City middle school student, named Sam, has raised $100 for North Shore Animal League America’s Help Me Heal Program. Sam is a member of her school’s YAP (or Youth Animal Protectors) Club and studies the Mutt-i-grees® Curriculum. These two programs work in conjunction at her school to teach students about animals in need and encourage relevant service learning projects.

Mutt-i-grees Student Raises $1000 For Animals In Need

A Mutt-i-grees® student in New York City, named Kaia, is putting the curriculum to good use; inspiring selfless acts from those around her and, in doing so, raising money for animals in need.

Mutt-i-grees Student Creates Animation to Help Shelter Dogs

Jack with his dog, Toby

An 11-year-old Mutt-i-grees® student in New York City, named Jack Hillyer, is putting the curriculum to good use; fusing what he’s learned about rescue animals in school with his talent for animation to illustrate the beauty of adopting a pet from a shelter.

Mutt-i-grees Outreach Team Connects with NYC School Librarians

The Mutt-i-grees outreach team was on site at Citifield for the New York City School Library System 25th Annual Conference last week, connecting with school librarians and teachers from all five New York City boroughs. The conference featured a wide range of workshop sessions on emerging technology, literacy, inquiry, and instructional strategies.