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  • VIDEO Lewisville middle school students represent next generation of Rachel's Challengeadd to reading list  

    Rachel's Challenge is an organization named after Rachel Scott, the first person killed in the Columbine High School shootings. WFAA has been a proud partner for the past three years.

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    Garland grads honor the victims of Columbineadd to reading list  

    Rachel Scott will never walk across the stage at graduation, but Nyanya Sowe did, and she wore Rachel's image around her neck.

  • Classmates give teenage amputee special gift

    Classmates give teenage amputee special giftadd to reading list  

    A Grand Prairie teenager is getting quite a gift Saturday morning: an overhaul of his beloved old 1977 Ford truck. He's beaten cancer twice, but was left with permanent scars. So his classmates stepped in.

    By TERESA WOODARD Bio | Email | Follow: @twoodard8
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    Kids helping kids have a great timeadd to reading list

    The Rachel's Challenge Club at Naaman Forest High School takes children from Jonathan's Place on outings to show them a good time.

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About Rachel Scott

Rachel Scott

"I have this theory that if one person can go out of their way to show compassion then it will start a chain reaction of the same." - Rachel Scott

Rachel was awarded the Acts of Kindness Association 2001 National Kindness Award for Student of the Year "For the legacy of kindness left behind by a 17-year-old girl, killed during Columbine High School shooting."

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