CBS47 is proud to partner with First Five Fresno county to bring you this morning's edition of 47 Kids. The goal is to help students thrive, both in and out of school. Today we're visiting the Fresno Center, helping kids with speech and language disorders since opening in 1991.
Today, we'll meet the local Destination Imagination team taking a play they wrote to the global stage. They're a group of seven students, named the "7 Deadly Grimms," who're using a little imagination to tell a powerful message.
Her friend started the project, and now, one Fresno 13-year-old is taking it over. Her mission: collect hundreds of pairs of pajamas for kids in need across the valley.
More than 1,300 junior and senior high school students spend half their day at the Center for Advanced Research and Technology in Clovis. CART for short, school directors say the specialized focus puts a twist on traditional learning.
Each year, Clovis Unified's "Students of Promise" awards honor juniors across the district who've persevered through tough times in their lives. Past and present award recipients say, the show of support is truly incredible.
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