Cedarcrest High School

Busted for Kindness!

Random Acts of Kindness Club

Recently Mr. Grayson busted sophomore Liz Morris for kindness.  “She was extremely kind in helping a fellow classmate understand an article to prepare for a Socratic seminar.”  Like many students who have been busted for kindness, Liz said, “It was really no big deal.”  Any type of kindness is a big deal, Liz.  Thanks for sharing kindness at CHS!

Recently a senior English class was asked which staff member they would like to see recognized for kindness and the winner was CHS custodian, Mr. James Oviatt. Ivan Olvera said, “Mr. Oviatt always makes sure we eat in a clean lunch room.”  Kylee Marsh noted, “Mr. Oviatt always helps so much with a smile even when it is an unbearable mess.”  Aidan Totten said, “Mr. Oviatt keeps a positive attitude the whole way through the day.”  Thanks James, for being am example of kindness for CHS!


Recently Ms. Blooming busted junior Nash McCloskey for kindness.  She needed help unpacking and organizing all the office supplies for the English Department. She said, “In one block period, he unboxed several heavy boxes of supplies, and with very little instruction from me, and delivered specific items to several teachers all around the school.  He then proceeded to re-organize our entire Language Arts supply cabinet without being asked! He did this all quietly and unobtrusively while I was teaching.  I had never met Nash before, but I’m glad I got to meet him today.” 


Recently Mr. Thompson busted freshmen Olivia DiAcetis and Jeneveve Janousek-Osborne for kindness. They came in early on a late start day to help sort and put away band uniforms. Thanks for making the band room more organized, Olivia and Jeneveve!


Luna Milinkovich was recently busted for kindness by Ms. Stone, who said they were working on a particularly messy project. Luna finished his work and then got the recycling bin and went around the entire classroom offering it to each classmate. It saved everyone a lot of work. Thanks for being kind, Luna!


Earlier this month sophomore Kiera Bair was BUSTED by Mrs. Adams for bringing cupcakes to her Science 9 class on Freshmen Friday. It part of RAK Week and Kiera decided to make the freshmen feel extra special at CHS. They loved the cupcakes and kindness. Thanks for being kind, Kiera. 3/22/17

Mrs. Filer recently busted senior Alexis Frye for making her a new KIND PEOPLE ROCK sign. Thank you for being creative and kind, Alexis! 3/7/17

Ms. Moore just BUSTED Josh Turnage for helping a lady find her baby blanket at Crossroads Mall when they were on a field trip. Thank you for your kindness, Josh. You rock! 2/23/17

Ms. Stone recently busted freshman Sean Shannon for kindness. He was standing in the lunch line when a girl didn't have enough money in her account so Sean immediately bought her lunch. Research shows that even witnessing a kind act improves the chances of that person also being kind. Thank you for being kind, Sean! 1/24/17

Recently Ms. Moore busted peer tutor senior Dave Boak. When he noticed that someone left their bicycle headlight turned on outside their classroom, he went outside and turned it off.  Dave, like most of the students busted, was a bit embarrassed because he said it was no big deal.  Kind acts are what make CHS great, Dave.  Thank you! 1/4/17

These freshmen were recently BUSTED for kindness because they volunteered to help decorate the Sno-Valley Senior Center in Carnation:  Adam Elbahouty, Olivia Hansen, Hannah Svedberg, Camryn Coppess, Melissa Hunt, Rylie Ringer, and Angelina Bullatt.  Often students only volunteer when they need service hours, but these freshmen did it to help out the seniors and to have fun.


Science teacher Kallie Willson recently busted sophomores Alex Sitzman and Stephen Gillespie for cleaning all her desks because of all the people that have been sick. Thanks for being kind and healthy, Alex and Stephen. 11/16/16

Art teacher, Mrs. Descheemaeker, recently BUSTED sophomore Desmond Weaver for kindness. She said “Desmond often comes in early to take the chairs off the table to put on the floor and it saves me a lot of work. I really appreciate it.” Thanks Desmond for helping out. 11/8/16