BALTIMORE (WJZ) — The community of Crofton is fighting back after a noose was found hanging at a school.

On Sunday, the group “Crofton Is Kind” decided to spread kindness by chalking the walkway of the school.

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Parents, children, and neighbors grabbed some chalk and hit the sidewalk at Crofton Middle School.

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“I knew we had to do something,” said Kristen Caminit. “And so when a mom of a student here at Crofton Middle [School] reached out to me and said, ‘What if we chalk the walk?’ I was like, ‘That would be amazing.’ And I think it’s just a really visible symbol of the positivity and kindness that this community really represents.”

When the children arrive at school Monday morning, they will see one positive message after another.

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