Here are some updates from the front lines of the campaign at various school campuses:
At Alisal High School the PostPone Club (MCHD) did a great job getting the word out for the 4/4 campaign kick-off and filled their bathrooms with positive and uplifting messages.
At Soledad High School the school was covered in large banners announcing the campaign and girl leaders from YEA-YWCA and from Planned Parenthood Mar Monte worked together to get as many positive messages up as possible before the start of the day. What a great way to start your week!
And at Salinas High, girls braved the heat to reach out to their classmates and get the word out. Girls and boys have been adding to the Post-A-Smile banners and they look great! Need a boost, just take a look at these messages!
The MyLife club of Pacific Grove High School ran their Post-A-Smile Campaign today during lunch. Club members set up a large poster outside and invited classmates and teachers walking by to participate by writing a positive message of their own and posting it to the collection. Even just 15 minutes in, they had dozens of people participating!
The Y.E.A. girls of Marina High School launched their Post-A-Smile campaign on Monday and are continuing it all week. Wednesday’s campaign took place outside during lunch where most of the students hang out. The girls got students involved by inviting them to “write something sweet to get something sweet.” They gave out candy for those who wrote several positive sticky notes. What an inspiring idea!
The Girls Inc. club of Greenfield High School is running their Post-A-Smile Campaign all week in different locations. Club members have set up designated spaces all around the school, and will be passing out sticky notes will awesome messages on Thursday during lunch. Just halfway into the week now, they have some inspiring work to show for themselves!
The Girls Inc. club of King City High School have also done a great job taking the lead in making the campaign their own, preparing in advance and even getting up early to decorate the locker rooms just to send the message. Check out the Flipagram photo video they made from the campaign so far!
The Boys & Girls Club of Seaside High School posted up for their campaign in quad and locker rooms. The GHGH girls did an awesome job of getting the Leadership Club and Latino Club also involved.
Even the Boys & Girls Club of Seaside Middle School hosted their own local Post-A-Smile campaign. Here is a shot of the girls in action!