Mustang kindness messages in the school cafeteria

Savannah Adams – Mustangs Ahead

(LAKEWOOD RANCH, FL) – The LRHS HOPE Ambassadors ran the Great Kindness Challenge this week to spread uplifting messages across the campus.

The club set up a booth in the LRHS lunchroom to promote kindness both yesterday and today.

The booth was run by the members of the club and contained slips of paper, sticky notes, pens, an empty jar, and a candy jar.

At lunch, Mustangs went up to the booth and wrote a note on the sticky note promoting kindness. They then were able to guess how many candies were in the jar.

Next to the booth there was a wall with a large heart where, after Mustangs wrote their uplifting messages on the sticky notes, the notes were placed on the heart.

Secretary junior Nadia Gandhi said, “Everyone should be kind to one another, and this project is a great way to promote positivity and happiness.”

By the end of the lunch period, the wall was filled with numerous positive messages for Mustangs to see.

“This project is a fun and easy way to spread kindness around campus,” Gandhi added.

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The Mustang who gets the closest number of candies in the jar will be given the candy. The winner will be announced Tuesday.

At the beginning of the week, the HOPE Ambassadors handed out white slips of paper with kindness tasks for Mustangs to complete.

Senior Angel Markoski partook in the Great Kindness Challenge.

Markoski said, “While the kindness challenge is a great way to spread kindness, everyone should be kind all the time.”