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Hailing from The Bradford School in Montclair, NJ — our youngest water crisis educator to date!

For a school project, fifth-grader John Supel and a few of his classmates became “student teachers.” They chose to teach their class about the nearly one billion people living without clean water and how charity: water is helping to change it. The class made a well out of wood (at left… we love their attention to detail) and they also made hundreds of posters and signs to distribute around MontClair:


Kudos, John and friends! You’re making a big difference by teaching your friends early about the water crisis.

Want to get your school involved like John did?

Get the facts to share with your classmates here >
And download our photos, videos and more to teach them about the water crisis here >
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