OUR KIDS DON'T ALWAYS HAVE THE BEST ROLE MODELS IN SOCIETY TODAY...
TELEVISION AND MOVIES ALWAYS SEEM TO BE PUSHING THE BUTTON ON WHAT'S APPROPRIATE.
BUT, AS HILARY ZALLA FINDS OUT IN THIS WEEK'S COOL SCHOOLS, CHARITY EARLEY ACADEMY FOR GIRLS IN DAYTON IS SHOWING THE WORLD JUST HOW POWERFUL WOMEN CAN BE.
THESE LADIES ARE IN A SHOW CALLED "CALLING ALL PRINCESSES". THEIR IN THE FIRST SECOND AND THIRD GRADES.
IN THE SHOW, THE GIRLS SING SONGS FROM THE DISNEY PRINCESS MOVIES...INCLUDING THEIR OWN TWIST ON A POPULAR LION KING TUNE....
THEY INTRODUCE EVERY SONG WITH A MESSAGE OF HOW A STRONG,
THESE LADIES FROM CHARITY EARLEY ACADEMY FOR GIRLS...SHOWING AND TELLING THE WORLD...THAT GIRLS..BIG OR SMALL..ARE JUST AS STRONG AS ANYONE ELSE.
Friday, August 2 2013, 11:11 PM EDT
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