On a quite Sunday night the halls of Lawrenceville High School are empty, expect for custodian Levi Fox busy at work, putting the finishing touches on his surprise.
“Whether they look at the doors or they look at the windows, whether they look at the posters they’ve got to go to their locker,” Levi Fox said. “And when they go to their locker there is going to be a quote about something that’s unique for them to find inner peace and find success and happiness in their life.”
Janitor by night and motivational speaker by day, this is the second year Fox has decorated the senior hallway with inspiration.
Making it a point to encourage students to live their best life on their last days off school.
“I want them to know that through my story I know how they feel,” Fox said. “It’s not about one person it’s about being a world and inspiring each other.”
This year fox kicked it a notch, not only decorating the senior lockers but marking windows throughout the school, and leaving inspirational messages at the end of each hallway for all students.
“When you can spark emotion out of people for the common good, you’re doing something wonderful,” Fox said.
Fox’s goal is to start a movement, that will spread through The Wabash Valley and beyond.
Creating a more positive community for everyone.
Fox has already started spreading his message to other schools in Lawrence County, Illinois.
At Red Hill High School, Fox spent hours writing letters to seniors and gave those letters during graduation practice.
Kids are excepted to walk into Lawrenceville High School at 8 Central time.
And then will get to listen to Fox tell his story.