The Disneyland Resort Happiest Class on Earth program encourages and inspires Anaheim sixth graders to give back to the place they call home – Anaheim!
Since 2016, more than 13,000 sixth graders at 51 Anaheim elementary schools have given back to their schools and local communities through this program. Last year, Anaheim students raised over $24,500 to support various causes, collected 3,379 pounds and over 4,000 cans and boxes of food items, put together 1,792 toiletry items for local people in need, collected 288 bags of waste from 22 park cleanups, and donated over 6,900 articles of clothing and blankets, just to name a few of their outstanding efforts!
- Public and private schools located in the city of Anaheim, Calif., with a sixth grade class are eligible*.
- Eligible schools can complete a community service project and submit a project summary 9/3/2019 – 5/29/2020. Schools can schedule their park visit date through 6/26/2020.
- Principals of eligible schools will receive an email in September with instructions to participate and other program information.
For more information, email: DLR.Corporate.Citizenship@Disney.com.
*Program offered to sixth grade classes at select public schools in: Anaheim Elementary School District, Centralia Elementary School District, Magnolia School District, Orange Unified School District, Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District, and Savanna School District as well as private schools located in Anaheim, Calif. Not offered to independent study (home-based or online) public, private or charter schools.
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Sixth-grade students at Anaheim’s Schweitzer Elementary School unanimously decided their #HappiestClassonEarth community project would support @anaheimpd four-legged officers! Students raised funds for two bulletproof canine vests for Kylo and Leo, ensuring their safety and security while working with police officers. Congratulations to the students for all their hard work and earning tickets to @Disneyland park! 🎉🌟🐕 . . #PawsForLaws #AnaheimPoliceDepartment #Anaheim #CommunityService #PoliceCanine