1000 cranes for Act of Kindness Week

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Students had the opportunity to pick over 40 different acts of kindness from a list provided to them as well as for the staff.  Leadership students were taught to make the cranes and lead the activities at lunch.

Tuesday was the first day kids began to make cranes.  Japanese Legend is if someone is given 1000 cranes the person gets to make a wish.  The 1000 cranes will be given to Tyson Cutts since he is currently in the hospital battling cancer.
During lunch, 3 tables were set up for different activities. One was to learn how to make cranes, the second students/staff could write a kind note (which were passed out during 7th period) and students/staff would check in their acts of Kindness challenges.

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