By Mike Dunn 

Contributions add up to bad hair day


Doug Radunich

Encampment sixth grade teacher Jordan Seitz keeps his promise to get a mohawk if students made their $2,200 "penny war" fundraising goal.

Homecoming is about getting together and supporting your local community.

And a few local community members went above and beyond the call of duty to support their local schools.

The Encampment School's pep-rally last Friday consisted of school cheers, a bad food eating contest contest and a "buddy dragging" race.

However, the highlight of the pep assembly was when the staff at Encampment School agreed to dying and cutting their hair if the school reached their goal of $2,200 for their "penny wars."

Sixth grade teacher Jordan Seitz said that he would sport a mohawk haircut if the student...

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