Roslyn Middle School staff taking a pie in the face for a good cause. (Contributed photo)

Pie Raises Dough At Roslyn Middle School

On Friday, April 12th, Roslyn Middle School students got the unique opportunity to pie their principals in the face. The event was a fun way to raise money during Neurodiversity Month.
Sponsored by the Roslyn Middle School PFA, the Pie in the Face Charity Day event raised funds for Pathway to Independence, Roslyn High School’s new food pantry. Roslyn Middle School Principal Craig Johanson and Assistant Principal Christopher Roth were joined by a handful of middle school staffers who graciously agreed to be on the receiving end of a pie. Superintendent Allison Brown joined in the fun, pie-ing Principal Johanson in the face.

—Submitted by Cynthia Younker for the Roslyn School District

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