Bright raises $573 for St. Jude’s


Several students from Bright Elementary recently participated in the St. Jude’s Math-a-Thon. St. Jude’s is a children’s research hospital that specializes in the treatment of children with cancer. All patients are given treatments, regardless of their ability to pay. They raise money by having students participate in a math-a-thon in which they work math problems for donations from friends and family. This year, Bright Elementary had 13 students participate in the math-a-thon. They raised $573 for St. Jude’s. Since Bright Elementary opened, it has raised over $20,000 for St. Jude’s. Every student raising over $50 receives a T-shirt, over $100 receives a water bottle, and there are other prizes for higher increments of money raised. The students participating this year were (front row, l-r) Lucas Pollard, Mason Greenwood, Addison Hauke, Madison McMullen, Charli Hauke, Sofia Juarez, Jillian Lucas and Meghan Thompson; (back row, l-r) Sam Keeton, Molly McMullen, Alexis Kier, Carly Kier and Brooklynne Campbell.


Several students from Bright Elementary recently participated in the St. Jude’s Math-a-Thon. St. Jude’s is a children’s research hospital that specializes in the treatment of children with cancer. All patients are given treatments, regardless of their ability to pay. They raise money by having students participate in a math-a-thon in which they work math problems for donations from friends and family. This year, Bright Elementary had 13 students participate in the math-a-thon. They raised $573 for St. Jude’s. Since Bright Elementary opened, it has raised over $20,000 for St. Jude’s. Every student raising over $50 receives a T-shirt, over $100 receives a water bottle, and there are other prizes for higher increments of money raised. The students participating this year were (front row, l-r) Lucas Pollard, Mason Greenwood, Addison Hauke, Madison McMullen, Charli Hauke, Sofia Juarez, Jillian Lucas and Meghan Thompson; (back row, l-r) Sam Keeton, Molly McMullen, Alexis Kier, Carly Kier and Brooklynne Campbell.

Several students from Bright Elementary recently participated in the St. Jude’s Math-a-Thon. St. Jude’s is a children’s research hospital that specializes in the treatment of children with cancer. All patients are given treatments, regardless of their ability to pay. They raise money by having students participate in a math-a-thon in which they work math problems for donations from friends and family. This year, Bright Elementary had 13 students participate in the math-a-thon. They raised $573 for St. Jude’s. Since Bright Elementary opened, it has raised over $20,000 for St. Jude’s. Every student raising over $50 receives a T-shirt, over $100 receives a water bottle, and there are other prizes for higher increments of money raised. The students participating this year were (front row, l-r) Lucas Pollard, Mason Greenwood, Addison Hauke, Madison McMullen, Charli Hauke, Sofia Juarez, Jillian Lucas and Meghan Thompson; (back row, l-r) Sam Keeton, Molly McMullen, Alexis Kier, Carly Kier and Brooklynne Campbell.
http://timesgazette.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/12/web1_Bright-pic.jpgSeveral students from Bright Elementary recently participated in the St. Jude’s Math-a-Thon. St. Jude’s is a children’s research hospital that specializes in the treatment of children with cancer. All patients are given treatments, regardless of their ability to pay. They raise money by having students participate in a math-a-thon in which they work math problems for donations from friends and family. This year, Bright Elementary had 13 students participate in the math-a-thon. They raised $573 for St. Jude’s. Since Bright Elementary opened, it has raised over $20,000 for St. Jude’s. Every student raising over $50 receives a T-shirt, over $100 receives a water bottle, and there are other prizes for higher increments of money raised. The students participating this year were (front row, l-r) Lucas Pollard, Mason Greenwood, Addison Hauke, Madison McMullen, Charli Hauke, Sofia Juarez, Jillian Lucas and Meghan Thompson; (back row, l-r) Sam Keeton, Molly McMullen, Alexis Kier, Carly Kier and Brooklynne Campbell.
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