When Caitlin Prater-Haacke received a message on her Facebook page telling her to kill herself, she didn’t retaliate — she got positive. She took out a marker and some post-it notes and stuck positive messages on every locker in her high school. When that action didn’t sit well with school officials of George McDougall High School, who reprimanded Caitlin for littering, the entire community showed their support by embracing her idea. Even the city council of Airedrie, Alberta, declared October 9 Positive Post-It Day!
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