Lore Receives Kindness Certified School Recognition
Students are honored for actively creating a kinder world.
The world can use some extra joy right now and the students at Lore School are doing their part to uplift their community with kindness, compassion, unity and respect! To recognize Lore’s ongoing commitment to kindness and their participation in the 10th annual Great Kindness Challenge, they have been designated as a “Kindness Certified School” by Kids for Peace.
Kids for Peace is a global nonprofit that hosts The Great Kindness Challenge, a positive and uplifting program that fosters connection, inclusion, appreciation and overall well-being. The annual program has multiplied in enrollment each year, having grown to over 17 million students in 33,000 schools, reaching across all 50 states and 115 countries.
Lore School students demonstrated their commitment to kindness by encouraging all students to complete acts of kindness as well as decorating the school with uplifting messages, organizing a school-wide service project, and hosting Spirit Days. Lore Principal Kelly Kawalek couldn’t be prouder of her students. “I am so very proud of our Lore Lions for accepting the Great Kindness Challenge and for showing that, We are Lore…Hear our Roar! Even in today’s world of uncertainty, Lore students continue to demonstrate kindness in the way they treat one another and in their service to community. Whether it’s helping others during the holiday seasons or collecting books to be sent to a school in Texas, who suffered such loss in the recent floods, we continue to work together to make the world a better place.”
Lore School invites the Ewing community to keep the kindness going by lifting each other up, helping each other out and cheering each other on. Kindness has the power to unite us all!