CMS students learn through ‘Walking for Water’

Cambridge Middle School eighth grade students Angel Moore, Emma Andres, Destiny Auger, Allie White and Sydney Eaton carried gallon jugs of water for two miles (seven laps around the CMS parking lot) during a June 4 exercise which showed the students how much work people in poorer nations go through for daily water rations. The event was held in support of Our Response, a local non-profit group working to fight extreme poverty in Rwanda, with the students raising dollars for the cause.
Photos by Greg Hunt Zachary Kruse carried the big five-gallong water jug for a lap during the Walking for Water event at CMS. He was joined by Cole Hall, Luke Seafolk and Preston Triden.
Overseeing the Walking for Water event at CMS was Shannon Kirkeide of Our Response and CMS geography teacher Bill Glaser. Steve Fredlund, parent of three students in District 911, is the director of the Cambridge branch of Our Response who spoke to the Global Studies students on June 3 to prepare them for the event.
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Cambridge Middle School eighth grade students Angel Moore, Emma Andres, Destiny Auger, Allie White and Sydney Eaton carried gallon jugs of water for two miles (seven laps around the CMS parking lot) during a June 4 exercise which showed the students how much work people in poorer nations go through for daily water rations. The event was held in support of Our Response, a local non-profit group working to fight extreme poverty in Rwanda, with the students raising dollars for the cause. Photos by Greg Hunt