A new Key Club program that collects unwanted food at lunchtime and makes it available for free after school. The students keep safety in mind, only accepting prepackaged foods and carefully inspected whole fruit items, like apples and bananas.
Kids are encouraged to make good choices when it comes to lunch, snacks and drinks at school. Thanks to Martin's Super Markets, the options just got easier for the kids at St. Paul's Lutheran School in Stevensville.
The money from Martin's Super Markets' $1,000 One School at a Time grant will go toward materials and staff instruction for a “reset room.” It’s a mindful place where kids will go to settle down and refocus.
It's our job in the news business to share information about what's going on in Michiana communities, but in Plymouth, some junior high kids have taken over the news business, and they're getting noticed for it.
The students at McKinley Primary Center in South Bend use Legos to improve their skills in math, creative thinking, and problem solving. But with limited supplies, their after-school Lego club had to be cut.
The Tippecanoe Valley School District is a tight knit community full of long-standing families and wonderful traditions. But they're not immune to tragedy. This school year, the district has seen two suicides.
Story time is a special time for kids; they often like to look at the colorful illustrations that help tell the story. Thanks to a $1,000 grant from Martin's Supermarkets, those pictures will soon fill the wall of Constantine Library.
The LaVille drama department is looking for funds to help improve their stage, lighting, and curtains for future performances. They're off to a great start with the help of Martin's Super Markets' One School at a Time grant.