Hospital art programs get a little help from students

12 Dec 2019 | 11:18

Hilltop Country Day School's after-school club, Roots and Shoots, is participating in the Crayon Initiative, to collect used, broken crayons to be recycled into new ones and distributed to art programs at children's hospitals across the country.

Roots & Shoots, a program of the Jane Goodall Institute is a global movement of youth who are empowered to make compassionate decisions, and to improve their communities. Hilltop teacher, Janet Vigeland runs the after school club on Mondays. Students do not need to be enrolled at Hilltop to participate in the after school club.