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Other events organized by students throughout the week include a mix it up day, which encouraged students to sit and talk with other students, positive post it notes on lockers and pass it on necklaces. Other events organized by students throughout the week include a mix it up day, which encouraged students to sit and talk with other students, positive post it notes on lockers and pass it on necklaces.
Tuesday's activity featured a speaker from the Sandy Hook Foundation, teaching kids how to reach out and break the ice with other students. Tuesday's activity featured a speaker from the Sandy Hook Foundation, teaching kids how to reach out and break the ice with other students.

It starts with hello, that's the message Lima Central Catholic School is spreading during their, “Random Act of Kindness Week". It's an entire week dedicated to kind acts and inclusiveness between the students and their peers.

Tuesday's activity featured a speaker from the Sandy Hook Foundation, teaching kids how to reach out and break the ice with other students. 

Brendon Stolly, Vice President of Students Against Destructive Decisions, helped to organize the event, he says the impact is important because, "Depression, people feeling alone, like they don't have anyone to talk to or be with them and I think its good to have people know that there's a lot of people especially in school, there's a lot of people willing to talk to you and have conversations with you." 

Other events organized by students throughout the week include a mix it up day, which encouraged students to sit and talk with other students, positive post it notes on lockers and pass it on necklaces. 

But the impact of this week will last much longer than just until the final bell on Friday, 

Lauren Mayers President of S.O.S, another student organization says, "This is not only one step, its going to be many steps taken to help students out with reaching out to other students." 

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