"They may be in high school, but it's not stopping students at Rangeview High School from taking action.
'It really makes you think. That means your voice and your actions have a lot of power. It’s one idea that can evolved into something bigger,' said student Josh Alvarez.
Yeabsera Fitsum and Alvarez were juniors this year at Rangeview. They are also members of the Rangeview Social Justice Club, a student group responsible for vaccinating hundreds of people in their community.
'I think the whole purpose is Rangeview is home for all of us. Students feel safe here, and I feel like with the ethnic and diverse community it’s safer for us to go to a place we all know and love,' explained Fitsum about the large turnout for vaccinations."