Girl Asks Rejected Classmate To Homecoming And Her Kindness Comes Full Circle

Girl Asks Rejected Classmate To Homecoming And Her Kindness Comes Full Circle

The homecoming dance is a highly anticipated event in high schools. It is an occasion where students dress and suit up to look their absolute best, making sure that they are ready to enjoy the fun-filled and memorable night ahead of them.

17-year-old Arizona boy Daniel Rivas has Down syndrome, and like his peers, he is looking forward to attending the homecoming dance. His mother, Tonya, was just as excited as her son.

But Daniel had a bit of a problem – his lack of a date. Unfortunately, every girl that he asked had turned him down.

Word got to 10th grader Kylie Fronius about Daniel’s dilemma. So she stepped up and did what she thought would make her classmate happy.

Kylie Fronius made a large poster to ask Daniel Rivas to the dance, and once Fox5 News Las Vegas heard about the news, they decided to step in and make Daniel and Kylie’s story a part of their “Surprise Squad” segment.

The two high-schoolers had the full homecoming experience with a dress, tuxedo, flowers, a nice dinner before the dance, a limo ride, and even a red carpet!

Daniel’s mom even appeared on the segment to express her gratitude towards Kylie, Fox5 News Las Vegas, and the community for making her son’s wish come true. This act of kindness triggered a chain reaction that was truly one for the record books, and the details are what make it absolutely worth the read.

Kylie and Daniel continued to receive red carpet treatment throughout the evening. They were both dancing and enjoying the night when suddenly, Monica appeared on the auditorium stage and said: “We’re not done.”

The surprise squad announced that they were sending Kylie, Daniel and both their families to Disneyland. Since Daniel dreams of going to college and becoming a chef in the future, he was also given a $10,000 scholarship from United Nissan in Las Vegas.

As if these surprises weren’t enough, the squad had one last surprise for Kylie – a brand new car!

This story is proof that you can never go wrong with being kind. Kylie wanted to help a fellow classmate in need, and she decided to help him in a way that she knew she could.

Tonya was deeply touched by Kylie’s act of kindness, and she said something that most probably every parent with a special needs child can relate to.

 

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