CLIC KIDS JOIN NATIONAL CLIMATE STRIKE

Oct19Climate2webOn Friday, September 20th, students at City Language Immersion Charter, also known as CLIC, participated in Climate Strike activities at their school on Venice Blvd. The teachers and students were inspired by Greta Thunberg and the international movement to take action against the climate crisis. The students discussed the crisis in classrooms, created posters and prepared for an all school climate crisis assembly and march. During the assembly, the students shared information, sang songs, and listened to Shelley Luce, the CEO of Heal the Bay, share her thoughts on the global crisis and what we can do to take action. The fourth grade classes also participated in a neighborhood clean-up to prevent more trash from going into the ocean via our sewer system.
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