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You Can NOT Be Replaced Wristbands
You Can NOT Be Replaced
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Melissa Dayton
Chip Dayton speaking to students

 

"The students at the school I work at fully embraced the meaning behind the wristbands. What started off with one teacher buying one wristband for each member in his class, then led to an entire school buying wristbands for themselves and their friends. Students made sure to pass them on over the month of October if they saw someone who seemed to be in need of some extra kindness. Parents were sending students with extra money to buy wristbands for people they knew outside of school, and staff members were donating money and telling students to use these donations to then put aside wristbands for people who they felt would be in need of a wristband. It truly has changed the culture of the school in one short month, and the hope is that this small act of kindness will not only spread school wide, but surpass expectations and spread kindness throughout the world."

 

High School Guidance Counselor

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You Can NOT Be Replaced® was established by Melissa, Chip and Emily Dayton in 2012 after the 7th suicide from our local high school. All artwork was designed by Emily Dayton, content written by Melissa Dayton.

 

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