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Hit the road with RCHS Kindness Week

Bailee Small
RCHS Kindness Week art 2023.

Rancho Cucamonga High School’s annual Kindness Week took place the week of Nov. 13-17. During this week, ASB coordinated a series of spirit days to fit the “Live Life in the Kind Lane” theme. The spirit days included a variety of categories to represent the Disney movie “Cars.” 

Kindness Week is a week on campus dedicated to highlighting the importance of spreading kindness and making students aware that kindness is an important part of the Rancho Cucamonga High School campus culture. 

Here is a recap of the week’s spirit days:

  • Monday, Nov. 13:  barbeque dad or soccer mom
  • Tuesday, Nov. 14: toasty Tuesday, dress in sweaters or warm attire
  • Wednesday, Nov. 15: pajama day
  • Thursday, Nov. 16: freshmen wear green, sophomores wear brown, juniors wear blue, and seniors wear red.
  • Friday, Nov. 17: Christmas day, dress in Christmas attire

    Biology Teacher, Mr. Tim Wagner dresses up as santa clause for Christmas day. (Bailee Small)

“The spirit days seemed kind of random, but I think this made them more fun to participate in because each day had its little creative flare, instead of them being super basic or boring,”  sophomore Myra Ahmed said.  

There was also a variety of lunchtime activities. Each class created a lunchtime activity, seniors hosted a tire toss, flower pot painting, and bracelet-making booths; juniors gave out “Cars” tattoos and pink lemonade; sophomores sold hot chocolate and offered bracelet-making supplies; and freshmen hosted a coloring booth.

“We hope that students see the value and importance of kindness on our campus and that the weeks we host are just a reminder of how important it is to make Rancho a kind and loving place,” ASB advisor Ms. Heather Landau said.

Overall the purpose of the week is to remind staff and students of the importance of kindness and that it is an important part of our culture because it is a pillar we stand on as a school. 

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Bailee Small
Bailee Small, Student Life Editor
Bailee Small is a sophomore at RCHS, and this is her second year in journalism. She is the section editor for student life for the school newspaper, The Cat’s Eye. Her favorite thing about journalism is being able to share stories and events of students and staff at RCHS. When she isn’t working on a story she loves to draw, and make jewelry. Small is also a  starter on the RCHS varsity tennis team. She is also a huge Marvel fan and loves reading comics and watching Marvel movies and shows.

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