CPBA teachers lose their heads (of hair)

Champlin Brooklyn Park Academy took the competition to heart to get the most walkers from their school signed up for the Bill Gallagher 5K fundraiser. To inspire students and their families to participate, Media Specialist Tim Carlson made a promise to the students that he would shave his head if the school met the goal.

Champlin Brooklyn Park Academy students Dalton Adler (back left) and Mason Boerboom (back right) rev up the buzzers to shave the heads of Physical Education Teacher Butch Hathaway and Media Specialist Tim Carlson. The duo agreed to shave their heads if the school turned out the highest number of walkers per capita at the elementary school level for the Bill Gallagher 5K fundraiser, which they successfully did.

Champlin Brooklyn Park Academy students Dalton Adler (back left) and Mason Boerboom (back right) rev up the buzzers to shave the heads of Physical Education Teacher Butch Hathaway and Media Specialist Tim Carlson. The duo agreed to shave their heads if the school turned out the highest number of walkers per capita at the elementary school level for the Bill Gallagher 5K fundraiser, which they successfully did.

Students Anna Hentges (left) and Brooke George (right) check out their teachers’ new ‘do’s.

Students Anna Hentges (left) and Brooke George (right) check out their teachers’ new ‘do’s.

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Physical Education Teacher Butch Hathaway joined in the pledge. In addition to the thrill of seeing their teachers shave their heads, the school receives $500.

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