EARTHS Magnet Holds 1st Annual Earths/Kindness Festival
EARTHS Magnet held their first annual Earth/Kindness Day Festival today during their lunch hour on April 9th. The event was held by Thousand Oaks High School’s ASB, running different stations focusing on kindness. ASB serves the Lancer community by organizing events and activities for the student body. Students participated in a variety of fun-filled activities from planting seeds of kindness to writing chalk quotes about kindness.The Associated Student Body of Thousand Oaks High School serves the Lancer community by organizing events and activities for the student body. ASB promotes school pride, involvement and FUN! They also support every student activity on the TOHS campus from clubs to sports and everything in between.
Students participated per grade level at each station, including Rock Painting, where they painted colorful rocks to place around the campus for other students to discover and enjoy. They also planted Seeds of Kindness, using Marigold seeds in individual cups to take home and watch grow. The Kindness Chalk Quotes station encouraged students to write down something kind someone has done for them, or something kind they have done for someone else in colored chalk on the black top.
Students played Bee and Ladybug Tic-Tac-Toe with painted bee and ladybug rocks that the ASB class had painted especially for this event. The Challenge of the week had students picking a piece of paper from a jar that contained "a Random Act of Kindness" or an Earth Day-related activity to complete during the rest of the week.
Thanks to the Thousand Oaks High School’s ASB, and their club President Olivia Birg, for creating such a fun-filled afternoon for the students at EARTHS Magnet!