We are so proud of student Eleonora Puma. She made an action plan to save the chickens that roamed freely in a park nearby her home. When the park owner told her the chickens were dying because someone was poisoning them, she decided to write a letter to Ricardo Roselló, the governor of Puerto Rico, asking him to take action on this matter. She expressed how sad this issue was making her feel and how important animals are to our society. She received a response from the governor who sent her a letter. Soon after receiving her letter, she saw policemen around the area. After she took action she has not seen another dead chicken, but instead, baby chicks. We are so happy that Eleonora is living the IB learner profile we teach at Robinson from the heart! Way to go Eleonora!