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Meet the 2019/20 Student Ambassadors

Every year this program engages and recognizes students who want to advocate for shelter animals. We are thrilled to announce 21 National Mutt-i-grees Student Ambassadors will lead the way across the nation in raising awareness. Spanning the country from New York to Los Angeles from seven to fourteen years of age, these students will take action - Read more

By: The Mutt-i-grees Team | Categories: Blog, Student Ambassadors

Service Learning Thought Starters

Put FUN into Service Learning Now. Accept this Mutt-i-grees Ambassador Mission. From a classroom activity to a community event, there are many ways you can amplify the mission. Small Actions have BIG Impact! Don’t sweat this. We are the wind at your back all the way! Where to Begin North Shore Animal League America - Read more

By: The Mutt-i-grees Team | Categories: Blog, Mutt-i-grees in Action

Humane Leadership Award at NSALA Annual Gala

This year, we presented The Humane Leadership Awards to both Michael Tountasakis, principal of Harris Middle School in Spruce Pine, North Carolina, and Ailene Mitchell, principal of MS 88 Peter Rouget School in Brooklyn, New York. During the last academic year, these two educators collaborated —bridging an almost 700-mile distance — to have their - Read more

By: The Mutt-i-grees Team | Categories: Blog, News

You Have a Rescue Dog, Now What? Tips for Schools with a Mutt-i-grees Dog – Part 2 of 3

Mutt-i-grees School Dog Lessons Curriculum Target: Achieving Awareness Understanding and Helping Ourselves and Others: Working together to take positive action and create win-wins for everyone! Students will learn about the plight of shelter dogs and understand how they can help homeless animals and themselves by working with their - Read more

By: The Mutt-i-grees Team | Categories: Blog, Idea Exchange

Your “Daily Mutt-i-grees® Checklist”

Social Emotional Learning never stops. It is an ongoing process to have positive impact in one’s own life and the people we encounter. It is simply a way of talking, listening, making an effort to go a bit deeper to understand yourself and others. A cultivated curiosity to explore and care. No matter what - Read more

By: The Mutt-i-grees Team | Categories: Blog, Idea Exchange