On October 14, 2017 district 103 students will make an impact on our community through their Day of Action. This event encourages students to act locally and focuses on global citizenship. In the article Whole World In Their Hands, it states how “with a focus on global citizenship, the initiative is the brainchild of National Association of Secondary School Principals leadership and the NASSP student leadership advisory. This committee was created to develop ideas and enhance programs and services.” This is exactly what Day of Action can do to students. With activities like A Recycling Extravaganza, Adopt-a-Highway, trips to Feed My Starving Children and Bernie’s Book bank, LGBTQ bracelet making, and empty bowls project are all available to the students on a Day of Action. The students do not have to be at school for the whole day, this event is a drop in event which means you can come to school anytime. Also if you are unable to commit to a outing to Bernie’s Book Bank or Feed My Starving Children you are able to come to school and still participate. Now I hope to see you there and to make a difference to our community and to the world.