Members of Roslyn High School’s Animal Rights Club visited the Heights School and gave a presentation to Sharon Long’s kindergarten class. These students meet once a week under the guidance of faculty advisor Laurie Schoenberg, and the club donates any and all monies from their fund raisers to ASPCA and/or North Shore Animal League. They talked to the children about the benefits of animal shelters, and the importance of treating all animals with respect and kindness. The high schoolers also talked about specific ways to show kindness to animals and how to understand what animals are trying to tell us. The engaging lesson was culminated by having the class take an oath together that they promise to treat all animals with respect and kindness.