After story about freshman's terrible first day of school goes viral, upperclassmen befriend him …



After 14-year-old Caleb Wrenn told his big sister he had a terrible first day of school, a group of seniors found him at lunch – and then surprised him with their kindness.

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  1. That happened to me. Later on in my freshmen year I found a group of people who accepted me for who I was. Much respect to those seniors who took him under their wing.

  2. Now let's see which one gets to go on Ellen. The Unnamed Black kid(Timothy Thaxton,his name was in the original story,but it's 'mysteriously' been left out of this one) that saw a problem and went out of his way to fix it. Or the white kid who was sad and cried to his sister.

  3. Don't worry, Caleb. Pretty damn soon hormones are going to kick in, and you'll get taller and buffed in no time. And as for the friends thing… It's pretty much already covered. Those new, big brothers you have are now a nice reason to go to school.

  4. In my home country when a freshman starts high school they're assigned a "big sister" or "big brother" which are seniors who show em the ropes and introduce them to others and help them adjust. We also have Peer Leaders who are basically trained student counselors so that if a student is going through problems they don't want to discuss with an adult counselor they can talk to one of their peer leaders. Maybe the US should implement that program into their schools? I imagine it would help a lot more with these types of scenarios.

  5. I hope the whole world would stop seeing things as they are. The need of and for others is very important. I really hope these high school seniors will continue what they started❤❤❤❤❤❤❤

  6. There's no way this feel good cra* is real. When I was in school kids just got the cr*p kicked out of them for any reason, no reason, you had a funny looking hat on, whatever. I don't believe that the predatory and destructive nature of children has changed.

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