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Disney Friends for Change Club held class at Brea Library

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Back row, from left right, Sierra Thomas, Mikayla Brent, Choha Kim,  Carmilla Thomas, Matthews Brodani Front row, from left to right, Sophia Phiagoxiola, Jasmine Garcia

Back row, from left to right, Sierra Thomas, Mikayla Brent, Choha Kim, Carmilla Thomas, Matthews Brodani
Front row, from left to right, Sophia Phiagoxiola, Jasmine Garcia


    As an opportunity of interacting with children on the topic of saving an environment, Disney Friends for Change (DFFC) club members at Brea Olinda High School organized the three classes on Jan. 7, 14, and 21 at Brea library. According to Sierra Thomas, vice president of DFFC, the class held on Jan. 7’s theme was a water cycle.

      During the preparation of the classes, club members came up with an idea of singing a water cycle song altogether with dance movement. In addition, club members practiced to explain the concept of water cycle in simpler words. Lastly, they planned for coloring session so that children could participate in the class more actively.

        On Jan. 7, members set up the three outlined posters on the tables, each representing precipitation, evaporation, and condensation. Sophia Phiagoxiola, 4 year old participant, remarked that the class was very “fun.”

          Mikayla Brent, 4th grader at country hills, stated, “I liked coloring with my new friends and the class today was like the show on the television. I’d like to participate in the 2nd class if I can.”

            The DFFC members and participants are doing coloring.

            The DFFC members and participants are doing coloring.


              In addition, Brent recited perfectly what she learned throughout the class with club members and “was glad to learn the hard concepts in an easy way [by participating in fun activities].

                The class students organized themselves not only helped participants, but also club members. According to Thomas, club members prepared for the class by late night at café. Their efforts also gave club members opportunity to learn.

                  Thomas stated, “The class activity allowed us to expand their knowledge as well as our knowledge.” One of the club members, Carmilla Thomas, freshman at BOHS, shared that “It was a new experience as a freshman to organize the actual class and interact with children.”

                    The DFFC is preparing for other two upcoming classes. The 2nd class will be mostly about the concept of 3R, reduce, reuse, and recycle and the 3rd class will heavily deal with the trophic levels. If you are interested in joining the class, you can sign up at Brea library.

                      Choha Kim/junior at Brea Olinda High School, chohakim1111@gmail.com
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