It’s easy to find negatives; take time to see positives
March 24, 2017
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In the movies, and, honestly, even in real life, high schools are full of cliques – everyone trying to be better than one another.
However, we, the editors of The Sailors’ Log, believe Shores students can change this stereotype. When we looked at our fellow classmates, we realized that our school is full of amazing, talented people.
For example, talented athletes, intelligent students and kind individuals can be found throughout the halls of Shores.
The Sailors’ Log staff would like to encourage everyone to (1) notice, (2) be kind, and (3) compliment.
No. 1: Instead of focusing on ourselves, we should look beyond our normal focuses and pay attention to those around us and the accomplishments of our classmates.
No. 2: Instead of judging our classmates without truly knowing them, we should be kind. Everyone has something amazing to share and unique to teach, and we should take the time to learn those.
No. 3: When someone – popular or not, friend or not – accomplishes something, we should take the time to compliment them and tell them we are proud of them.
Shores has the capability and the caring students to make this movement possible. With 300 students per grade, there is bound to be at least someone doing something amazing every day.
This is our encouragement to you to take the positive nature at Shores and magnify it into something spectacular.