Hat Day

E. Wall-Willbert

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Hat Day at Polson Middle School took place on October 30, 2015. In order for students and teachers to wear hats, they were required to pay one dollar and put a sticker on the hat for proof that they paid. Some of the hats that students wore included: baseball caps, ski hats, crazy hats, and more.

According to Mrs. Krantz, school librarian, this year students raised a record breaking $531. Three hundred fifty dollars went to PMS eighth grader Nick Cleveland’s father William Cleveland and his family while the rest of the money went to the Helping Families Fund. The 8th grade class earned the most money, earning the “Big Cheese” award. Each grade level donated $100 and more donations are still coming in. Mrs. Krantz said, “The purpose of Hat Day is to raise money for local organizations and make a difference.

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