If you know social studies teacher Jaclyn Caschetta, you know she has a big heart. Her endless efforts to spread kindness and positivity in the school never goes unnoticed.
After tough times hit the school last year Caschetta and her advisement covered her classroom door in hearts. Students and teachers began to take notice and compliment her for giving them a positive thing to look at when they passed her door. This led to her big idea: The Vista Love Campaign.
“It was right after Mr. Herman passed away,” Caschetta said. “In my advisement I had a lot of students that knew him, so we cut out hearts and put them all over my door just so that my classroom felt like a happy place that they could come to after that really tough time.”
The idea of the campaign is to fill the school with love and positivity to remind people that support is at every turn. Caschetta had every advisement class cut out hearts and write down one thing they love about Vista.
“I think it would be really cool if it was an annual thing to look forward to every year all about why we love our school.”
In the coming weeks the main hallway will be covered in these hearts to remind everyone of the reasons why students and faculty alike love Mountain Vista.