Building upon a “random acts of kindness” project spontaneously planned by the class of 2014 in religion last year, this year’s eighth graders were commissioned to plan, prepare, and present lessons for lower school students on the topics of right speech and right action. Choosing third and first grades to work with, students designed games, wrote songs, crafted puppets, put on skits, and more, all with the goal of teaching their younger schoolmates about how to make good choices and say the right thing. The excitement and joy could not be contained by the students, no matter their ages, and passers-by were curious and impressed. Surveyed later, the third and first grade students reported many meaningful lessons learned, and the eighth graders felt great about a job well done.
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