Children's Aid Society Community School Student has the "Right Stuff"

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NASA SpaceSome kids are destined to be doctors and lawyers but according to Global Friendship through Space (GFTSE) Henry Bonilla, a rising 8th grader at the Mirabal Sisters Campus a Children’s Aid Society Community School, is "most likely to become an astronaut." Henry’s outstanding participation in GFTSE’s International Space Camp Program has earned him the highest honor bestowed upon a camper-- The Right Stuff Award.  This award is presented to one camper during each six day International Space Camp session who has displayed the characteristics of a future space explorer. The term “right stuff” was coined during the early days of NASA’s astronaut selection program to indicate an individual having the qualities needed to become an astronaut.