Notre Dame High School students honor Sandy Hook victims with 26 acts of kindness

Notre Dame High School students are honoring the victims of the Sandy Hook School shooting in honor of the 10-year-anniversary.
Over the course of 26 days, the Notre Dame community will perform 26 acts of kindness to honor the 26 Sandy Hook victims.
The acts of kindness could range from simple things like collecting pet food for the Humane Society, writing letters to military veterans, thanking teachers and holding the door.
Later this month, students will participate in a Day of Service to head out into the community to give back.
"It could vary from things like going to animal shelters, to Habitat home builds, to performing at places for dance," student Pedro Espada says.
The 26 Acts of Kindness campaign started immediately following the tragedy.
"We came together for Mass, and we launched the campaign right after," Principal Dr. Chris Cipriano says.