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To see how these kids are ZOOMing into action click on the TV!

Watch it here! Volunteers decorate Locomotive Park for Christmas, stringing lights and ornaments. The annual project gives the kids a chance to spread holiday spirit. Way to Zoom Into Action, volunteers!

Watch it here! Club members build an outdoor classroom to teach about native plants. With the help of an Americorps volunteer, the kids plant Idaho fescue and blue bunch wheat grass. Good job, Adventure Club!

Boy Scout Troop #341 of Moscow, Idaho

Watch it here! Moscow Boy Scouts create books for use in kindergarten classes. The books feature high-frequency words, numbers, shapes and symbols. Teachers use them in classroom activities. The teachers and students are grateful for the troopís help.

Watch it here! Students host bake sale to raise funds for Heifer International, a program to buy livestock for families in Third World nations. The annual event brings in $83 this year. Congratulations, St. Maryís second-graders!

St. Maryís School Choir of Moscow, Idaho

Watch it here! Choir members give a performance at Good Samaritan Retirement Village. The choir mixes music with dramatic interludes to provide an inspirational performance. Students hope that more kids will Zoom Into Action for similar activities.

Watch it here! St. Maryís students hit the streets to clean up trash. The annual event aims to keep Moscow clean and litter-free. Thanks for your help, kids!

Watch it here! Ms. Smithís fourth-grade class at Lena Whitmore Elementary School raise Chinook salmon as part of a wildlife preservation project. The students work with Idaho Fish and Game to raise the fish and learn about the environment. Great job, class!

Watch it here! Students put together a donation box for children in Ecuador. The box has crayons, markers and other supplies, as well as a special picture project. The students hope the kids in Ecuador enjoy the donations.

Watch it here! Ms. Thompsonís second-grade class at Discovery Elementary School create a supplies box for Idaho National Guard units in Iraq. The students write letters and cards, draw pictures and send supplies. Thanks for your help, class!


WhatZup Idaho?

Idaho kids sound out on the following questions! Click on the microphone to see and hear what other kids had to say!

What's the worst cafeteria food you've ever been served?



What is the best thing that has ever happened to you?



What do you think has been the greatest invention?



What do you think it means to be a friend?



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