Salisbury Press

Thursday, September 19, 2019
Students at Salisbury Middle School raised over $1,500 for Pennies for Patients during the month of February. Their first goal was $500 and the second goal was $750. The students received rewards for raising so much money and a number of milestones were planned. For raising $500, several teachers participated in a pie in the face trivia competition March 11, 12 and 14. ABOVE: Teacher Laura Students at Salisbury Middle School raised over $1,500 for Pennies for Patients during the month of February. Their first goal was $500 and the second goal was $750. The students received rewards for raising so much money and a number of milestones were planned. For raising $500, several teachers participated in a pie in the face trivia competition March 11, 12 and 14. ABOVE: Teacher Laura
Teacher Katie Royer gets a pie in the face to the delight of students watching. Teacher Katie Royer gets a pie in the face to the delight of students watching.
Teacher Mike Posch takes a pie in the face as the reward for the school raising money for Pennies for Patients. See additional photos on Page A9.Press photo by Melissa Baltazar Teacher Mike Posch takes a pie in the face as the reward for the school raising money for Pennies for Patients. See additional photos on Page A9.Press photo by Melissa Baltazar
PRESS PHOTOS BY MELISSA BALTAZARTeacher Krista Spradlin volunteers to take a pie in the face during a recent Salisbury Middle School assembly. PRESS PHOTOS BY MELISSA BALTAZARTeacher Krista Spradlin volunteers to take a pie in the face during a recent Salisbury Middle School assembly.
Salisbury Middle School students react to teachers taking a pie in the face for a good cause. Salisbury Middle School students react to teachers taking a pie in the face for a good cause.

SALISBURY MIDDLE SCHOOL

Thursday, March 28, 2019 by The Press in School

Teachers make good on fundraising milestone for Pennies for Patients