Challenge encourages kindness in kids

By Nicholas Johnson | Jan 25, 2017
Photo by: Nicholas Johnson Columbia Elementary School fourth-grader Dylan Congdon uses both hands to collect high-fives from cheering adults holding signs and forming a human kindness tunnel.

Nearly 50 teachers, police officers, firefighters and the mayor came together Monday morning, Jan. 23, to help Columbia Elementary School kick off the Great Kindness Challenge, an innovative bully prevention initiative in which students carry out as many kind acts as possible over the course of a week.

The challenge, which began with three schools in Carlsbad, California in 2012, has grown to cover more than five million students nationwide.

Comments (1)
Posted by: Daniel M Klock | Jan 26, 2017 09:57

Excellent!

All of us, adults and children alike, benefit from this kind of initiative.



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