Student Series has a number of videos available for you to share with your students at various grade levels.
Please contact your local Chapter if you would like to order the DVD, or you can also view the videos at the links below.
School Administrator Video
Register For Student Series And Save Lives.
When schools sign up their students to participate in The Student Series program, they're committing to help The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) save lives. This video will demonstrate how important LLS programs like Student Series are to blood cancer patients everywhere.
Elementary Assembly Video
You're Never Too Young To Help Others.
Starting at a young school age, students begin the journey of learning that they can make a difference and have an impact on peoples' lives. They will learn through The Pennies For Patients program that their actions have a direct effect on helping find cures for blood cancers.
High School Assembly Video
Welcome To The Student Series Collect For Cures Program.
High School students who participate in The Student Series Collect for Cures program, prove to themselves as well as others that they too can make a huge difference in the lives of blood cancer patients. And in doing so, demonstrate not only to themselves but to perspective colleges, their passion and talent for helping others.
Director, Michele & Stephen Kirsch Lab, Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Why Charlie Brown, Why? (K-5, 30 min)
Available upon request, this video features Peanuts characters and a classmate’s journey with childhood leukemia. Great to show to classes in the media center!
Fire with Fire
A GE - ponsored film that features LLS-funded researchers Carl June, M.D., Steven Grupp, M.D., and David Porter, M.D. talking about patient Emily "Emma" Whitehead and the experimental immunotherapy therapy that utilizes engineered T cells to successfully kill cancer.