On Wednesday, October 26th, Middle School students will have the opportunity to participate in a unique, and sure-to-be-fun fundraiser, with proceeds going to support the PA Coalition for Breast Cancer.  For $1.00, students can purchase a yard of duct tape which will be used to tape their principal, Mr. William Callahan to a wall!  The duct tape is being donated by SCA's faculty and staff, as well as Knoebels Lumber Yard in Elysburg, PA.
 
Middle School students will also have the chance to streak their hair.  For $1.00, they can get a "streak of pink"; for $5.00, they can opt to color their entire head!  Parental permission slips must be signed for students to get their hair streaked or colored.  Donations to this worthy cause are gladly welcomed. For more information about these fundraisers and/or to make a donation, please contact Physical Education teacher Mrs. Claire Campbell at ccampbell@scasd.us
 
Eagerly awaiting the opportunity to duct tape their Principal, and demonstrating how much tape can be purchased for $1.00, are Seventh Grade students Carson Savitski and Liam Klebon. 
 
 
 
 

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