Are we positive? Yes we are!


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Delaware Valley Elementary School hung up a banner in the cafeteria, where students from second through fifth grade were asked to write positive messages so that everyone could see and read them. It was quite a hit. Some of the messages included: “If people are sad, give them a smile,” “Always be a friend, be kind, be nice and be yourself,” “Never give up and try your hardest,” and “Shine your own way." This idea came from a district wide initiative originally created by Sandy Hook Elementary School called “Start with Hello” Week. (Photo by Peg Snure)



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