Inspired by an article last year from The Tennessean, a 6th grade teacher at Meigs Magnet School in Nashville wanted to give her students a lesson in giving back. Working with her students, she took the idea to hide small amounts of money at places around town, to give back and hopefully inspire others to do the same. She let her students vote for six places to leave bags with a note and $5. The money got left at two hospitals, two humane society offices, and two places with heavy homeless populations.
Read the full story here and see what Ms. Shaffer's note said. What a cool way to give back and teach kindness to middle schoolers!!