Jerry worked with his school to create a program that recycles household batteries. In order to prevent toxics from being released into groundwater or the air, it's important to dispose of batteries properly! Jerry worked with his school so that kids could bring in batteries and leave them in a recycling bucket instead of throwing them in the trash. Jerry and his mom Tina recycled the batteries properly at a local center. Last year they collected more than 100 pounds of batteries! Great work, Jerry!
Julian M likes to "Train like a Ranger" so he can play football and stay fit. His mother nominated him because not only does he love to exercise, but he also helps her take care of his little sister - especially important since his father has been deployed overseas more than once serving in the military. Keep up the good work, Julian!
Elizabeth's mom nominated her because she demonstrated caring and teamwork. She helps around the house and she's a great big sister. She's a Girl Scout and she participates in making scouting better in her state. In addition, she is on the Leadership Team at her school - they volunteer to help others in their community, and represent their school at community events. Does your child's school have a leadership team? If not, encourage the school to start a Fitness Leadership Team- your kids can lead the way to a healthier school and a healthier community.
Preston is training to be a leader like Jayden the Red Ranger by exercising and eating only healthy snacks. His mother nominated him because he loves to stay in shape and always shares his toys when playing with his cousins. His favorite toy is his Power Rangers Samurai cellphone, he keeps it close in case there is a Ranger emergency he needs to respond to! Great job Preston on being such an awesome young leader!
Wyatt demonstrates the Power Rangers values of caring and friendship by being a great big brother to Mason, who is just 6 weeks old. His father nominated him because he is always reading Mason stories and playing music for him. Thanks for making the Power Rangers proud by being a great role model for your younger brother. GO GO Wyatt!
Elijah demonstrates every day the Power Ranger values of courage, leadership, and friendship. Elijah has autism and six other conditions, but refuses to give up or give in. His mother nominated him because does all he can to make other kids smile and always helps out with household chores. Elijah and his mother are walking together in the Autism Speaks in Allentown,PA on April 16th. Doing a fundraising walk is a great way to keep active, do something together as a family, and raise money for a good cause. Elijah loves the Power Rangers and wants to be just like Jayden, and we can't wait to see photos from the Autism Speaks walk! Thanks for being such a strong and compassionate young leader, GO GO Elijah!
Gabriel was nominated by his Mom and Dad because he takes Power Rangers values and applies them in daily life whether it is being a young leader at school with friends or at home with his three siblings. He practices his martial arts skills three days a week to stay fit and strong. He Trains like a Ranger! Keep up the great work Gaby, you make all the Power Rangers proud!
James demonstrates the Ranger values of friendship and teamwork. He was nominated by his Mom because he is always looking out for other kids who have no one to play with and initiating play with them so they're not alone. By including others, James is showing how he is an impressive young leader. Way to make the Samurai Rangers proud! GO GO James!
Alex proudly portrays the Power Rangers values of leadership and teamwork. His mother nominated him because he sets a great example for his younger brother and keeps fit by practicing karate. Alex also works hard to clean up trash at the neighborhood playground. Good job Alex on showing what it takes to be a great young Samurai leader!