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All the way for United Way


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Staff and students raised a total of $2,307.62 for United Way and were recognized at the school wide assembly on November 24.

12 teachers volunteered to cut their hair or shave beard/head if a certain amount of money was raised.

According to Carolyn Winston the haircut was worth it for the cause.

“One of my students came and asked me if I would cut my hair at the assembly,” Winston said. “And I thought well why not, hair grows. So just cut it and it will grow back.”

The amount of money that had to be raised for ELA teacher Andrea Caspari to get her hair cut at the United Way assembly on November 24 was $35.11.
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