DUNEDIN - CHAMPS (Children Against Mines Program) staff visited Dunedin High on April 15 to present information regarding landmines to the World History and World Literature honors and advanced placement students.
A simulated minefield demonstration with mine-seeking dogs was be presented.
The CHAMPS program of the Marshall Legacy Institute is an educational and philanthropic program designed to educate children about the global landmine crisis.
CHAMPS staff visit schools and communities across the nation to give presentations and dog demonstrations to foster global citizenship and teach students how people and dogs work together to make a better world. These presentations give students an opportunity to learn about the worldwide landmine crisis and its effects on the global community.
For more information, call Kathy Curry or Denise Misilmeri at 727-469-4100.