Nine-Year-Old’s Awesome Answer On Math Test Reminds Teacher To Remember Wounded Warriors
This young boy has been: raising money for Wounded Warriors Project since he was 6 years old. Forget about his incredible respect for our military men and women who sacrifice for us… the kids marketing prowess and math abilities outshine anything one might normally find in the PS system. His math test homework has gone viral!
There is still hope for the younger generation
A New York boy is getting extra credit outside the classroom for his note he added to the correct answer on a math test.
The Wounded Warrior Project tweeted the image of the test and the responses came rolling in.
Check out this 9-yr-old WWP supporter’s answer on his school test.Started support 3 years ago at age 6 for birthday. pic.twitter.com/Q0vmnH50KF
– WoundedWarriorProjec (@wwpinc) February 28, 2014
According to the Wounded Warrior Facebook page, the boy started getting involved with the Wounded Warrior Project three years ago, when he asked for donations to the organization instead of birthday gifts for his sixth birthday.
He’s done the same every year since, as well as being part of the Wounded Warrior Soldier Ride NY (a fundraising a camaraderie building event duplicated in other states), and putting together a Wounded Warrior run with fellow campers at his summer camp.
But the reception of the math test answer goes way beyond news about a single fundraiser or summer camp for kids. One woman Twitter user pretty much summed it up.
This kids’ Mom has got to be proud of her boy for finding such an amazing hobby. Hopefully other kids in his class will follow his example and turn away from their video consoles and give a helping hand!
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