Wakefield-Marenisco students act out multiple lessons in kindness


October 26, 2023

P.J. Glisson/The Globe

ELEMENTARY STUDENTS at Wakefield-Marenisco K-12 School make noise on Oct. 20 under the encouragement of Brian Williams, standing at right, who is the founder of Think Kindness, based in Reno, Nevada. As the photo was being taken, Williams was coaching the kids to tell everyone around them "You're awesome!" followed by a chant of "We're awesome!" The adult women shown in front, from left, are Diane Nasi, third grade teacher, and Rachael Paquette, a paraprofessional.


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WAKEFIELD - Shouting was encouraged last week at the Wakefield-Marenisco K-12 School.

That's because, on Oct. 20, kindness guru Brian Williams was in the gym, leading elementary students in repeated series of chants that likely echoed throughout the school.

Williams is the founder of Think Kindness, based in Reno, Nevada, and he is on a mission to spread kindness to schools throughout the nation and beyond.

As a 4th-degree black belt, he even applies ninja-style moves - much to the delight of his audience - to his highly-animated presentation titled...

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