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  • Congratulations, 2018-19 contest winners!

    Hard copy submissions:

    • First place winner: Connolly K-Kids, New York district
    • Second place winner: Capitol Hill Montessori K-Kids, Capital district
    • Third place winner: Minisink Valley Intermediate K-Kids, New York district

    Online submissions:

    • First place winner: Batesville West Elementary K-Kids, Missouri-Arkansas district
    • Second place winner: Kimberly Elementary K-Kids, Georgia district
    • Third place winner: Gulf Shores Elementary K-Kids, Alabama district 

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  • What's next for graduating K-Kids

    Builders Club is the middle school program in the Kiwanis family. K-Kids can move on to this program if a Builders Club is established at the middle school. Talk with your sponsoring Kiwanis club to see if they sponsor a Builders Club and if not, ask them to consider establishing a club to welcome K-Kids members.

    Another option is to check the Club Information Listing report under Builders Club and find out if there is a chartered club in your school district.

    If your school district doesn’t have a Builders Club, help your sponsoring Kiwanis club tell local school administrators about the K-Kids club's impact and the need to continue the effort in middle school. After all, person-to-person communication is the best way to spread inspiration about youth programs.

    Use these resources that describe the skills Kiwanis Youth Programs develop.

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