Pay it Forward Day features notes, kind gestures

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Pay it Forward Day features notes, kind gestures

Sophomore Maycie Meaders tells a joke that made junior Mikeal Williamson and senior Emily Knox laugh and smile. One of the challenges for the day was to make five people smile with random acts of kindness.

Sophomore Maycie Meaders tells a joke that made junior Mikeal Williamson and senior Emily Knox laugh and smile. One of the challenges for the day was to make five people smile with random acts of kindness.

Feliciti Mitts

Sophomore Maycie Meaders tells a joke that made junior Mikeal Williamson and senior Emily Knox laugh and smile. One of the challenges for the day was to make five people smile with random acts of kindness.

Feliciti Mitts

Feliciti Mitts

Sophomore Maycie Meaders tells a joke that made junior Mikeal Williamson and senior Emily Knox laugh and smile. One of the challenges for the day was to make five people smile with random acts of kindness.

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Today the student and teachers paid it forward as Fort support week continued. The day started with a message from Mr. Moore.

“Paying it forward is having the ability to create a large ripple of kindness that can be felt by many,” Mr. Moore explained in his message. “My hope is that our Fort Family pay kindness and respect forward every day to make someone else’s day just that much better.”

Fort support week was created to help raise awareness to depression and self-harm. It has also brought students together. Senior Anh Doan loveed the idea of Fort support week.

“I like that people are coming together and being kind to each other more than usual,” Doan said.

Several students took advantage of the daily challenge of getting five people to smile by doing random acts of kindness. During lunch, students were given the opportunity to write a positive message to be sent to any one of their peers, teachers or any staff member.

“The notes were a really good way for me to let my friend know how much I appreciate them,” Sophomore Aspen Treadwell said

Fort support week will continue tomorrow with Fort Pride Day.

 

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