FREEDOM ACADEMY’S LEADERSHIP TEAM PARTNERS WITH DIGNITY HEALTH

The Freedom Academy Leadership Team recently partnered with Dignity Health in their “Kindness Challenge.” The Kindness Challenge is sponsored by Dignity Health to promote acts of kindness within organizations like schools. The Freedom Academy Leadership Team created “CIA” (Caught in the Act) cards that teachers give to students who are “caught” being kind. Students who receive a card are eligible for a drawing and receive recognition in front of the student body. The Leadership Team at Freedom Academy is active in serving the school and helping to promote a positive atmosphere within the student body. If you are interested in participating in the Dignity Health Kindness Challenge at your school please contact Sunil Kakade at Sunil.Kakade@dignityhealth.org.

Ava Kenyon – seventh grade student

Q. Tell us what the “Kindness Challenge” means to you?

A. It means helping other people and helping to brighten their day.

Q. Tell us more about “CIA” (Caught in the Act)?

A. The teachers or staff watch for kids at the school doing kind things. Their names are written on a slip along with the kind act they did. Each week all the names are placed in a bucket and two names are drawn. The two names that are chosen will get a free dress day pass.

Q. What is your favorite part of the Leadership Team and working with Dignity Help Kindness Challenge?

A. By seeing the kids at our school helping one another and making each day better for everyone.

Q. What are some acts of kindness that you like to practice daily?

A.I like to say please and thank you when asking or receiving something. Helping friends when they have questions or need someone to talk to.

Max Rabin – seventh grade student

Q. Tell us what the “Kindness Challenge” means to you?

A. The Kindness Challenge means to me that you are making the world a better, kinder, happier place.

Q. Tell us more about “CIA” (Caught in the Act)?

A. CIA is about catching kids doing good deeds for the school/community.

Q. What is your favorite part of the Leadership Team and working with Dignity Health Kindness Challenge?

A. My favorite part of the Leadership team is working with Dignity Health and helping other kids become greater human beings.

Q. What are some acts of kindness that you like to practice daily?

A. Its not really the major acts of kindness but the little things everyday I try to do like holding open the door for people, help pick stuff off the ground, carrying things for other people, going over too someone if they are sad or need help.

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