Classmates Wouldn’t Sign His Yearbook So Older Students Stepped In

From a Washington Post story by Sydney Page headlined “Classmates wouldn’t sign his yearbook. So older students stepped in.”:

Cassandra Ridder was crushed when her 12-year-old son Brody came home from school with only a few signatures in his yearbook — including his own.

“Hope you make some more friends. — Brody Ridder,” the rising seventh-grader wrote in his own yearbook, which was signed by only two classmates, two teachers and himself.

“It broke my heart,” Ridder said.