K-Kids is a leadership and service club run by student officers and board members. It undertakes numerous service projects during the year that are defined and organized by the students. Kiwanis and teacher sponsors maintain a low profile to let students take responsibility and develop ledership skills.
Club members raise money to support their endeavors. Students interested in improving their school and their community while developing leadership skills should check out K-Kids, where kids have fun while making the world a better place.
Key Clubs are a higher level of capability to define and execute community service projects. Key Clubs interact with neighboring high school Key Clubs to broaden their view of the power of many rather than few. 245,000 high school student leaders from 24 countries unite every day to provide service in their homes, schools, and communities, and complete more than 12 million hours of service.
This program mentors under-achieving students to help them set goals and develop study habits to improve their grades. The program provides recognition four times a year for students who raise their targeted grade and or make the honor roll.