Wis. middle-schoolers leave positive notes on classmates' lockers

Students at D.C. Everest Middle School in Weston, Wis., are working to improve school culture by placing positive notes on lockers. The notes, which contained messages such as "Just be you" and "You look great" were found by students returning for the new semester. "I think it's really important for these kids to know that you're not just in school. You're part of a community, and it's kind of a family," teacher Dallas Rennie said.

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