Grand Blanc Students Step Up To Coronavirus Challenge

By Tiffany Hendrick

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As COVID-19 shut down schools across the country, Grand Blanc High School teacher Todd Babiasz, wanted students to continuing their P2 curriculum — character strengths, positive relationships, and Other People Mindset, outside of the classroom.  That’s when he came up with the Coronavirus Challenge.  Students from Grand Blanc High School and West Middle School were challenged to select one of the 24 character strengths and submit a video of their #PositivityInAction.  And, these students did not disappoint!

To see how each of the winners spread kindness throughout their communities, click the links below. 

West Middle School Winners:

Grand Blanc High School Winners:

Tiffany Hendrick
P2 Communcations Director

Tiffany Hendrick is a proud active duty Marine Corps spouse and seasoned communications professional. Her career has spanned across industries including military, healthcare, local government, and startups, all of which have one common thread - building strong authentic and trustworthy relationships with others. A quote that Tiffany strives to live out daily is “when you have everything you need, build a longer table, not a higher fence.” With that as her north star, she has used her big personality to help organizations creatively shine a light upon the heart of their organization. Tiffany holds a Bachelor's degree in Communication with a concentration in Public Relations and minor English from Radford University as well as a Digital Media and Marketing Certificate from Duke University. When she’s not working, you can find her teaching yoga, volunteering in her community, shark tooth hunting with her family, walking the stacks of a used bookstore or searching for the best fried pickles in town.