The deputy headmistress of the Wachter Middle School celebrates the students with “good news” calls

The deputy headmistress of the Wachter Middle School celebrates the students with “good news” calls

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  • Edinger is a firm believer that most kids are good and that most kids do good. “Kids do such great things all the time. And I don’t we don’t always tell them,” she said. She’s made it her mission to tell them, to thank them and to reward them one good news call at a time. Edinger says she got the idea for her good news calls when her own daughter’s school called to tell her something good her daughter had done. She said she never forgot that feeling and wants every parent to experience that. Copyright 2021 KFYR. All rights reserved.

  • It isn’t the kind of call a parent expects from the principal; most of the time, the principal only calls with bad news. Edinger makes a couple of good news calls every week. She takes a photo with every kid she catches doing something good then shares the good news on Twitter.’ “I’m not looking for extravagant things,” she explained. “I’m looking for someone greeting me before I greet them, including someone to sit their lunch table that maybe looked a little bit lonely. Maybe they’re holding the door for teacher. It’s just these little random acts of kindness that go on all day long. And they just don’t always get caught.”

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