Keyes Elementary Civility ChainLoading
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    Debbie Noda/dnoda@modbee.com First grade students, Joaquin Parker, 7, and Adrian Guerrero, 7, help to bring their paper chain to an area where all the chains will be joined, May 29, 2013. Students at Keyes Elementary School have been working a "Civility Chain" consisting of about 12,000 links with acts of kindness written on them from K-5 classes and a mile long, enough to stretch to Spratling Middle School.
    Debbie Noda | The Modesto Bee
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    Debbie Noda/dnoda@modbee.com "Start a chain reaction" is written on these wrist bands that were given to the students along with ice cream sandwiches to celebrate their achievement.
    Debbie Noda | The Modesto Bee
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    Debbie Noda/dnoda@modbee.com Students assistant specialists with the Center for Human Services, Ada Rivera and Melanie Almada, help to remove the long chain after the event, May 29, 2013.
    Debbie Noda | The Modesto Bee
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    Debbie Noda/dnoda@modbee.com Melanie Almada, Center for Human Services student assistant specialist, helps to take the long paper chain off the field, May 29, 2013.
    Debbie Noda | The Modesto Bee
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    Debbie Noda/dnoda@modbee.com The big chain left after students left to celebrate their achievement with ice cream sandwiches and receive "start a chain reaction" bracelets.
    Debbie Noda | The Modesto Bee
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    Debbie Noda/dnoda@modbee.com Principal, Karen Redfield, wrapped up in the paper chain, May 29, 2013. Students at Keyes Elementary School have been working a "Civility Chain" consisting of about 12,000 links from K-5 classes and a mile long, enough to stretch to Spratling Middle School.
    Debbie Noda | The Modesto Bee
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    Debbie Noda/dnoda@modbee.com Students at Keyes Elementary School have been working a "Civility Chain" consisting of about 12,000 links with acts of kindness written on them from K-5 classes and a mile long, enough to stretch to Spratling Middle School.
    Debbie Noda | The Modesto Bee
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    Debbie Noda/dnoda@modbee.com Second grader, Denis (cq) Valdovinos, age 8, holds the paper chain up as Nikki Walker, student assistant specialist with Center for Human Services staples two chains together, as Fabian Beevers, 7, at far right watches May 29, 2013.
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    Debbie Noda/dnoda@modbee.com Second grader, Denis (cq) Valdovinos, age 8, help to carry in the chain from her class. Students at Keyes Elementary School have been working a "Civility Chain" consisting of about 12,000 links from K-5 classes and a mile long, enough to stretch to Spratling Middle School.
    Debbie Noda | The Modesto Bee
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    Debbie Noda/dnoda@modbee.com Susana Pulido, 7, in 2nd grade, holds a section of the chain with her classmates as all the classes gather to link their chains into one large chain, May 29, 2013.
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    Debbie Noda/dnoda@modbee.com First grader, Adrian Guerrero, 7, holds the chain over his head, May 29, 2013. Students at Keyes Elementary School have been working a "Civility Chain" consisting of about 12,000 links from K-5 classes and a mile long, enough to stretch to Spratling Middle School.
    Debbie Noda | The Modesto Bee
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    Debbie Noda/dnoda@modbee.com First graders take their chain to the area where the 23 classes will link their chain together for one big chain, May 30, 2013. Students at Keyes Elementary School have been working a "Civility Chain" consisting of about 12,000 links from K-5 classes and a mile long, enough to stretch to Spratling Middle School.
    Debbie Noda | The Modesto Bee
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    Debbie Noda/dnoda@modbee.com First grader, Joaquin Parker, 7, at the end of the chain from his class, drapes the extra links around him as he and his classmates make their way to the area where the classes will link all the chains together, May 29, 2013.
    Debbie Noda | The Modesto Bee
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    Debbie Noda/dnoda@modbee.com The chain done by this 5th grade class taught by Stacey Knight. Students at Keyes Elementary School have been working a "Civility Chain" consisting of about 12,000 links from K-5 classes and a mile long, enough to stretch to Spratling Middle School also in Keyes.
    Debbie Noda | The Modesto Bee
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    Debbie Noda/dnoda@modbee.com Fifth grader, Ruben Perez, 11, adds another link to the chain, May 29, 2013 in his class taught by Stacey Knight. Students at Keyes Elementary School have been working a "Civility Chain" consisting of about 12,000 links from K-5 classes and a mile long, enough to stretch to Spratling Middle School.
    Debbie Noda | The Modesto Bee
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    Debbie Noda/dnoda@modbee.com Fifth grader, Ruben Perez, 11, write down an act of kindness about classmate Ethan who helped him pick up his pencil, May 29, 2013. Students at Keyes Elementary School have been working a "Civility Chain" consisting of about 12,000 links from K-5 classes and a mile long, enough to stretch to Spratling Middle School.
    Debbie Noda | The Modesto Bee
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