The Quincy school board had some special visitors tonight - students from Dewey Elementary.
They were there to give a presentation about their "Kindness and Justice Week".
Students read stories, sang a song, and participated in demonstrations showing board members what they learned.
Some of the kids also gave examples of being kind to others.
"Holding the door for someone who has a lot of stuff in their hands," said one girl.
"Helping someone who doesn't know how to push themselves on the swings," suggested another.
In "Kindness and Justice week", Dewey students kept track of how many "Random Acts of Kindness" they were caught doing.
They racked up four hundred fifteen!
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