North Brandywine Middle School students recently showed kindness through various activities for a kindness morning organized by the Positive Behavior Intervention Support team, according to a report from the Daily Local News.
Each student chose three of the 14 available activities to show their kindness to others. These included making toys for dogs for LaMancha Animal Rescue, designing placemats for Meals on Wheels of Chester County, creating holiday hugs for CYWA, and designing holiday cards and decorating holiday cookies for the Veteran’s Hospital.
Students were also given the chance to choose a book and wrap and gift it to their sibling. By the end of the morning, 500 donations had been made to organizations in the Coatesville community.
“I enjoyed this morning because there was so much for us to do,” said seventh-grade student Armon Richardson. “Knowing we are donating what we created gives me a good feeling.”
“I would love to do something like this for other people again,” said seventh-grade student Makayla Harvey.
All of the projects were organized before the holidays, so that many local residents got a little extra something to enjoy during the season.
Read more about the kindness morning in the Daily Local News here.