A high school principal does many things each day: Evaluates teachers. Plans budgets. Gets taped to a wall.
Staples principal John Dodig spent today’s lunch period letting students and staff immobolize him.
Each strip of tape cost $1. The money raised will purchase insecticide-treated bed nets, used to prevent malaria in Africa. It costs just $10 to buy a net, distribute it to a family, and explain its use.
Today’s fundraiser was sponsored by Staples’ Junior State organization. For more information on the international “Nothing But Nets” campaign, click here.