CLARK, NJ - Students in the Clark Public School District are showing that a small act can shed positivity in a time of uncertainty.  Students are creating rainbow posters and displaying them in their windows with the phrase “Andra Tutto Bene,” meaning everything will be okay in Italian. 

Alessandra Bonacchi, Arthur L. Johnson High School Italian Teacher, started the movement with her own children and then decided to ask her students to join in. The idea soon spread to other schools in Clark and even other districts are catching on. 

According to Bonacchi, children in Italy have been displaying rainbow posters in their homes in response to the Coronavirus. "A simple little thing can show unity and I hope provide a smile to our little ones at this stressful time," she said.