Students and staff celebrate annual Kindness Week through dress-up days, daily challenges and fun activities.
Since 2018, students across Lewisville ISD have committed to kindness by taking a week and focusing on the many ways to be kind to those around them. Kindness Week started at the high school level and the #LISDBEKIND message has since spread to all LISD middle and elementary schools. A group of Student Ambassadors at each campus, led by a staff-member Kindness Liaison, take the leadership role in making kindness an integral part of daily campus life, especially during Kindness Week.
This year, Kindness Week was held Monday, Aug. 30 through Friday, Sept. 3 across the district.
🌊 Monday: Start a Kindness Wave Wear your #LISDBEKIND shirt (or any shade of blue) Focus: Kind to our friends
🦸♀️ Tuesday: Power Up with Kindness Dress like your favorite superhero Focus: Kind to the heroes all around us
💤 Wednesday: Dreaming of Kindness Wear school-appropriate pajamas Focus: Kind to our loved ones
✨ Thursday: Shine Bright with Kindness Wear your brightest neon colors Focus: Kind to ourselves
🏆 Friday: Team Kindness Wins Wear school colors/spirit gear Focus: Kind to our classmates/educators
In 2018, students from all five Lewisville ISD high schools – Flower Mound, Hebron, Lewisville, Marcus and The Colony – were determined to make kindness normal. That's where it all began. Today, #LISDBeKind continues to play an important role across the district. Follow along with @LISDBEKIND on Twitter to keep up with the movement as our students show others the positive change they can create, together.