Freshman students at North Attleboro High School put notes such as these on all of the lockers.
NORTH ATTLEBORO, Mass. (WHDH) -
Lockers at North Attleboro High School were littered with post-it notes, each with a personalized message of kindness.
Three freshman students spent three hours writing out 1,200 compliments to classmates, not knowing who would get what message.
“I have no clue how many sayings we came up with. A lot of times if we were so stumped on what to say we would go online, and type, what do you say for a compliment,” said Rachel Sweeney, who helped to write the messages.
When students showed up to school, their messages of love were waiting for them.
“I was just so happy to see so many kids smiling all morning it felt so good,” Sweeney said.
The act was anonymously, but word spread fast about who was behind it.
Sophomore jessica frost happy to meet the girls who put a smile on her face.
“I started the day off not that great and when I came in, it just changed my whole mood,” said sophomore Jessica Frost.
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