On April 25, 2022, a group of high school students traveled to Cloverdale Elementary School to perform a puppet show for grades k-2. These shows were to teach kids how to make good choices, handle what-if situations, and navigate how to stick up to a bully. These amazing shows are from a program called Puppet Power. Puppet Power is a program run by the Putnam County Mental Health Program. The high school students represent their school’s program called P.I.E. Carson Hall and Andrea Nees performed how to stick up to a bully for the second-grade students. Brady Koosman and Daphanie Geiger performed for the first graders about how to make good choices. Isaiah Ramsay and Emily Mann performed to the Kindergarten students about what-if situations. These students did a wonderful job teaching these students to do the right things.