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"Bucket Filling" at Pius XII

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PIus XII Grade 6 student Grace Tilbury reads the book "Have You Filled a Bucket Today?" to Kindergarten students Gabriel Broughton and Ramsey Tolkacz.

November 22, 2012 - Grade 6 student, Grace Tilbury reads the book "Have You Filled a Bucket Today?" to Kindergarten students Gabriel Broughton and Ramsey Tolkacz. The message of the book is to be kind to people. In the story, you fill a bucket when you show love to someone, when you say or do somethink kind, or even when you give someone a smile. Every student at Pius XII had the story read to them. Pius is striving to become a school of 'bucket fillers' - loving and caring students who say or do nice things that make others feel special.

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