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G. Stanley Hall celebrates #BeKind by planting pinwheels in front of the school

Recently, students and staff in G. Stanley Hall helped the #BeKind movement keep spinning by creating pinwheels for peace, complete with messages of kindness. On Friday, Sept. 21, which was also International Day of Peace, students “planted kindness” by displaying their pinwheels in front of the school for all to view. As part of the creation process, staff and students wrote what kindness meant to them and how they could spread kindness throughout their day.


Students from Mr. Fischer's 6th grade class stand around a peace symbol made of pinwheels.
Students from Mr. Robert Fischer’s 6th grade class stand around a peace symbol they made with their pinwheels on Friday, Sept. 21, which was also International Day of Peace. Over 400 pinwheels were uniquely created by students and staff from G. Stanley Hall as a way to celebrate the #BeKind movement.