Hunter Huss High School Accepts Rachel's Challenge With A Chain Reaction
Students from Hunter Huss High School's Friends of Rachel (FOR) Club display their Rachel’s Challnege Chain Reaction created by Huss students during our home football game against North Gaston earlier this year. Rachel Scott, the first student killed in the Columbine tragedyin1999, encouraged all high school students to create a chain reaction by performing acts of kindness for one another. Huss students were
asked to create a linkfor each act of kindness they had received from their peers. The links were assembled for our "chain reaction" that was over 100 yards long.
(Pictures taken by Ben Goff and used with permission of the Gaston Gazette and no duplication of these pictures is allowed.)
FOR is a GCS initiative funded by the Rotary Club of Gastonia