Kindness counts for kids on social media

Dr. Charles Best students are taking their feel-good message to social media. After posting positive messages on student lockers last year, the school's leadership students are now sending out compliments online.

Calling it a chance to make someone's day, students are encouraged to inbox compliments at and they will be tweeted anonymously.

Those interested in following the positive message Twitter feed can go to @CBSSCompliments.


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