Our two leadership classes committed to 20 days of 20 good deeds. As the advisor, I did this assignment along with them and realized that this was more difficult than it seemed. I asked the students to step out of their comfort zones and try to do good deeds that went above and beyond. Daily, the students recorded their good deeds in their journals and then at the end of the project they had to write a reflection. At first I thought many students were not taking this project seriously but when I read their journal entries I discovered that most of them had definitely gone above and beyond the call of duty and really performed some amazing good deeds.

Riverside Secondary, Port Coquitlam, BC

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