Kindergartners in Kim Hines’ class had a paint party and created “Be Kind” signs with Richmond resident Gini Bonnell, who makes the signs and distributes them to schools, local businesses and individuals.
The students made more than 40 signs to share with Collegiate teachers and staff members. They also added their signatures to two large signs that will be placed in the office of Head of School Penny Evins and a yet-to-be-determined Lower School Building.
“We had so much fun working with Gini Bonnell,” said Ms. Hines. “She shared her message of kindness and how she has been able to spread it around the world with her signs and messages.”