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Abe Lincoln principal slimed for a good cause
Pictured, back row from left: Jordan Klocke (5th grade, representative), Aaron Heim (school counselor), Emilie Perdue (5th grade, vice president) and Bert Leach (5th grade, treasurer). Front row, from left: Lizzy Boll (4th grade, secretary), Parker Lenzendorf (4th grade, vice president), Mallory Schmelzer (5th grade, representative) and Sydnee Conway (5th grade, representative). (Photo supplied)
MONROE - Abraham Lincoln Accelerated Learning Academy competed in an "all-school reward" program for the month of December. Each person who took in a canned good or edible item for the food pantry received a bead, which could be put in a bucket as a vote toward one of three "principal dare" options for the principal, Sara Latimer. The options were: "Riding a tricycle around for a full school day," "temporarily dying her hair red and green," or "getting slimed."