La Vista Middle School celebrates #BeKind on World Kindness Day
Throughout the day on November 13th, La Vista Middle School celebrated #BeKind on World Kindness Day by traveling around the community doing random acts of kindness. Throughout the day, students visited a wide variety of people to spreading kindness to emergency 911 dispatchers, those who live in elderly homes and to preschool students at neighboring elementary school. The goal of celebrating #BeKind on World Kindness Day was to help students see the benefits of positively impacting the lives of those around them in their community.
LVMS secretary, Kari Armstrong and 8th grade student Bryce Woodard read with Sarpy County Headstart preschool students at Parkview Heights Elementary after delivering new books to the students.
LVMS 7th grade students Teegan Keer and Cole Smith chat with residents at a local elederly home after sharing an ice cream social.
LVMS 7th grade students Owen Betts and Caden Harker and LVMS SRO Officer Jamie Brown deliver an edible arrangement to workers at the Sarpy County 911 Dispatch Center during World Kindness Day.