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CTE student finds way to spread kindness through cards

By Nalani Nuylan

Slatonite Intern

Dylan Brosch is a fourth-grade student at Cathelene Thomas Elementary.

Sporting a black hoodie with a graffiti-style logo on the front, it does not take long to realize this girl is special.

When she is not eagerly waiting for the STAAR test to be over, she often reads biographies.

When asked about her favorite, she will say Anne Frank.

Recently, Brosch made motivational kindness cards to share with her classmates. Inspired by the “Before you speak, T.H.I.N.K.” campaign, she wanted to make the cards to promote kindness awareness.

T.H.I.N.K. is an acronym for “Truthful, Helpful, Important, Necessary and Kind.” Clinical counselors claim the goal is to help people develop the habit of considering the words they are about to say before they say them. Once the words leave, the damage is done and is sometimes hard to repair.

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