By Amy Maginnis-Honey
Rolling Hills students accepted The Great Kindness Challenge then shared it Thursday with their parents, school staff and Tony Thurmond, California State Superintendent of Public Instruction.
“This is amazing,” Thurmond said during a short break an hour-long program of music, talk of kindness — and even a dance lesson for Thurmond.
“It was awesome and inspiring,” Thurmond added. So much so that Thurmond said he would love a return visit.