Check out the February GOOD CITIZENS. We are proud of you!
K and 1st: Matthew H., Ean G., Tressleh B., and Carly L.
4th : Alyssa L. and Gracie S.
5th and 6th: Taylor C., Hannah J., and Julie A. G.
"Every workday afternoon a courier shows up at the door of the fifth largest insurance company in America, New York Life. There his is handed a satchel of insurance claims, which he drives to JFK Airport. The satchel is then loaded aboard an Aer Lingus jet and flown to Dublin, Ireland, where American insurance claims will be processed by another people in another county. Why? Because New York Life cannot find enough young people in the metropolitan area, between the ages of twenty and thirty, who know how to read, write, and think clearly and critically enough to process insurance claims. Ireland has them."