Students at Westfield Elementary School participate in a mission program through UNICEF


Pictured are, standing, from left, Erin Faulkner, Kaitlyn Flores, Lucas East, Colt Watson and Ivette Cabrera-Torres and seated is Madison Smith. They are students at Westfield Elementary showing off a Power Band earned after participating in a UNICEF mission.


Jenny Olalde is proudly showing off her Power Band she earned as part of a UNICEF project.


WESTFIELD — Third and fourth grade students at Westfield Elementary are participating in the UNICEF Kid Power program from March until the end of May.

Students all recently received a Kid Power Power Band which tracks steps and movement, according to Angie Edwards, public information officer at Westfield Elementary School. “Each step that students earn convert to points,” said Edwards. “Those points add up to earn packets of therapeutic food called RUTF that will be distributed to severely malnourished children across the world.”

Students will be participating in missions that enable them to learn more about regions affected by severe malnutrition as well as participate in activities to promote their own healthy lifestyle, added Johnson.

Pictured are, standing, from left, Erin Faulkner, Kaitlyn Flores, Lucas East, Colt Watson and Ivette Cabrera-Torres and seated is Madison Smith. They are students at Westfield Elementary showing off a Power Band earned after participating in a UNICEF mission.
http://www.pilotmountainnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_DSC_0078.jpgPictured are, standing, from left, Erin Faulkner, Kaitlyn Flores, Lucas East, Colt Watson and Ivette Cabrera-Torres and seated is Madison Smith. They are students at Westfield Elementary showing off a Power Band earned after participating in a UNICEF mission.

Jenny Olalde is proudly showing off her Power Band she earned as part of a UNICEF project.
http://www.pilotmountainnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_DSC_0159.jpgJenny Olalde is proudly showing off her Power Band she earned as part of a UNICEF project.
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