At WT, innovative teaching and our City as Our Campus program take student learning beyond the classroom. The latest student to apply their WT education and values to the real world? Bella Iarrapino, a rising second grade student at the North Hills Campus.
Bella was recognized for "thinking also" of shelter animals as a Crayons and Collars Pawsitive Impact Kid.
Bella's extraordinary commitment to animals also made the news: Check out this news clip of Bella receiving recognition for her "pawsitive" impact.
The Pawsitive Impact Kids program recognizes students in grades K-12 who go above and beyond to help animals. This program is sponsored by the Petco Foundation, Petco, and World's Best Cat Litter.