Laguna Hills High students prove small acts of kindness can make big impacts

When female students at Laguna Hills High School walk into the girl’s restroom in the main quad area, they seem something quite out of the ordinary.

On walls that were already stripped of traditional mirrors, and above the bathroom sinks are nearly 100 empowering, motivational notes — colorful affirmations assuring students they’re “beautiful,” “loved” and “valuable.”

“We wanted to spread positivity in an overwhelming way,” said Laguna Hills High junior Saara Tayani, 16, one of the notes’ authors.

What started as a small project through the school’s Kindness Club has turned into something larger for Tayani and fellow Laguna Hills High junior Sabrina Astle.

“A lot of the posters in there are related to what has helped us, like gratitude or…

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