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Random acts to honor 26 slain in Newtown

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Nashoba Regional High School staff members have made it a goal to record 2,600 random acts of kindness by students and staff, with progress being logged on the walls of the school cafeteria. Their aim is to pay homage to the victims in the Newtown, Conn., school slayings in December. The 26-day campaign — one day for each of the students and school officials killed in the attack — is slated to end Wednesday.

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