Positive Campus Campaign

Marianna Souriall, Reporter/Staff Writer

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Through acts of kindness, we are reminded of the compassion and merit in the world. The Be Good To People movement inspires students to spread joy into the lives of others by random good deeds.

The movement started last Wednesday. Administrators encouraged juniors to start the Be Good To People movement in hopes of creating a ripple-like effect with all of the other grades.

“For some people going to school is like an escape for them because you don’t know what they’re going through at home, so I feel like it’s important to have a good environment in the school,” sophomore Victoria Rawls said.

Each participant will be rewarded with a bracelet or button along with a chance to win a free t-shirt.

“If I help people, then maybe other people would notice and make other people want to feel like that,” junior Johnny Bear said.

Councilors want to ensure each act of kindness is recognized; therefore, with permission, pictures will be posted to social media accounts allowing high schoolers to be role models for the rest of the world.

“We should be good to people because, with respect, we also want people to respect us, and being good to people can make their day better and make them feel better,” junior, Kimberly Chavez said

When one radiates positivity, like moths, people are drawn to the light, so it is encouraged to smile, to give compliments, to spread love, because in doing so, one can change the world.

“I think that you can use kindness every single day no matter how old you are,” Counselor, Kari Schriewer said.

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