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September is Cure Childhood Cancer Month
September is Cure Childhood Cancer Month
Desiree Celaya
Monday, September 30, 2019

September is Cure Childhood Cancer month and Scott Elementary participated in six days of fun from September 23-30, 2019 to help cure childhood cancer.  Monday was Hat Day - Put a cap on cancer:  Students could wear hats all day at school even in the classroom!  Tuesday was Cam Day - Hiding from cancer:  Students wore camouflage clothing and gear. Wednesday was Pajama Day - Dreaming away cancer:  Students wore school-appropriate pajamas.  Thursday was Super Hero Day - Be a hero put a stop to cancer:  Students wore super hero costumes or shirts. Friday was Wacky Tacky Day - Let’s at”tack” cancer and dress wacky tacky. The pay for 5 days and get the 6th day free theme for Monday, September 30 was another Hat Day! 

Pictured in their hats:   Kash King (1st), Madison McKenzie (2nd), Edward Sanchez (3rd), Jensen Ramey (4th), and  Nathan Register (5th)