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Photos: Hickory Hill students create a 'Principal Sundae'

Photos: Hickory Hill students create a 'Principal Sundae'

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On May 21, Hickory Hill Huskies created a Principal Sundae to celebrate money raised and time spent reading during a Read-a-Thon. Students had Reading Sponsors who provided donations based on minutes spent reading. Husky students spent 165,974 minutes reading over three weeks, raising $16,517. As a reward for achieving over 100,000 minutes, on the last day of school Principal Monica Thompson let kids cover her in ice cream, chocolate sauce, caramel, strawberry sauce, whipped cream, marshmallows, sprinkles, and cherries. The kids had a blast during the event as each class had three representatives pour on a topping. Highland Dairy donated the ice cream, and even brought out a giant cow to the school. Top readers from each grade received a book from Book Nook in Papillion.

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Kindergarteners Jaxon Scarpino, Ayzel Carrera, and Elias Hill pour chocolate syrup on Hickory Hill Principal Monica Thompson.

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Fifth graders Shaela Sutton, McIntyre Longworth, and Adrian Botos put whipped cream on Hickory Hill Principal Monica Thompson.

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Hickory Hill Principal Monica Thompson enjoys some whipped cream.

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Sixth-graders Marvela Dagnon, Leah Cherrington, Kedrik Lasley pour maraschino cherries on Hickory Hill Principal Monica Thompson.

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Hickory Hill Huskies created a Principal Sundae to celebrate money raised and time spent reading during a Read-a-Thon. Principal Monica Thompson let kids cover her in ice cream, chocolate sauce, caramel, strawberry sauce, whipped cream, marshmallows, sprinkles, and cherries.

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