Five Kids With Water Guns Save The Day

In West Fargo, North Dakota, a group of Aurora Elementary School kids who were having a water fight gave new meaning to the term “volunteer fire fighters!” The five kids were enjoying a day of summer fun with their super soaker water guns when they spotted a fire on the deck of a neighbor’s apartment. They then alerted the occupant of the apartment and proceeded to put out the fire. The occupant of the apartment is on oxygen and was … Continue reading →

Mexico’s Young Psychologist

Need a psychologist? Dafne Almazan is a Mexican psychologist. What is unusual is that Dafne is only 13-years-old and a graduate from Mexico’s Monterrey Institute of Technology (ITESM). Don’t expect an appointment with her soon. She plans to get her master’s and a doctorate degree before she goes into practice. Dafne graduated from middle school at the age of 7, and from high school when she was 9. She and her brother Andrew (20) and sister Delanie (17) are all … Continue reading →

Penalized For Doing What Is Right

In Galion, Ohio, a 12-year-old middle school student was on pace to set a personal best in a cross-country race. Midway through the race, however, Makenna Finnegan, from Shelby Middle School, came upon another runner, 13-year-old Elaine Hohman, of Donnell Middle School. The rival runner was clutching her stomach and seemed to be in pain. So Makenna stopped to help. As a result of this intervention, both runners ended up being disqualified from the race. Talk about unsportsmanlike like conduct. … Continue reading →