This week’s Random Act of Kid-ness comes to us from Mandeville, Louisiana, where 800 elementary school students (and their teachers) broke out in a flash mob to cheer up their school’s Vice Principal, Tara Dragon Hernandez. Tara’s 1o month old son Grayson was diagnosed with neuroblastoma cancer, so she took a leave of absence from her job to care for Grayson.
Seven-year-old student Jordan Sturiale said:
“It was for Ms. Dragon because her baby wasn’t feeling good and she was sad and the baby had to go to the hospital.”
Read more about Tara, Grayson, and see a video of the flashmob here.
Have you done something recently to cheer someone up? Let us know! You could be next week’s Random Act of Kid-ness!
P.S. If you, too, like to break out in song and dance, we have a secret for you.