The Honor Code Club of ACS Athens is more than just a student-led group; it's an inspiring initiative that encourages children to make a difference in their communities. The club's mission revolves around doing the right thing even when no one is watching, a principle that these students have taken to heart. Throughout the episode, they share stories of their efforts to support children and families in need, demonstrating how small acts of kindness can have a significant impact.

We are talking with the 5th grade students members of the Club. They talk about how their volunteering efforts could extend beyond their local community. They share their experiences as they initiate and got involved in school projects related to homelessness, basic human needs like safety, access to food and healthcare.

Co-hosting with us are Penelope Dimitroula and Katherine Bibidaki, 5th grade and 3rd Grade teachers respectively and Honor Code facilitators.

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