Desert Meadows students participated in UNICEF’s Kid Power Month in March.
Students in grades three through five received Kid Power Bands that tracked their steps. Students then went on virtual UNICEF missions to earn points. Points unlock funding from UNICEF partners to provide for food deliveries to malnourished children around the world.
The participating students were recognized at a Phoenix Suns game for being the most active class in the Phoenix UNICEF Kid Power Month Challenge. They were hosted by Suns Center and UNICEF Ambassador Tyson Chandler and his wife, Kimberly.