Sticking to the positives

Sticking to the positives

Numerous anonymous notes were left around the school Jan. 4. The notes spread positive messages such as “Smile!” and “You are loved.” They were made by a class who wishes to stay anonymous in hopes of simply creating a happier atmosphere without receiving credit. “I have heard some positive feedback from the notes so I am happy we have students who are wanting to help build a positive culture,” principal Ryan Woods said. “This was totally student driven so I was and am happy to support it.”

Many of the notes were taken down due to students writing negative messages on them. “It kind of makes you mad,” a student part of the movement said. “People were really immature about it and we took our time and work to make the notes. Scribbling on it doesn’t make it any better.”


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