Norwood's Class of 2021 Donates More than $2,300 to the Dr. Susan Love Foundation
In just two weeks, the Class of 2021 developed a fundraising plan and raised more than $2,300 for breast cancer research. Certainly the highlight of the plan was the "Pie a Teacher in the Face" event!
Each year, the graduating class at Norwood researches charities and votes on one organization or cause to serve as their class charity. In a normal year, the class would host various awareness and fundraising activities throughout the school year. But this was not a normal year by any means, so the class had to focus on a short time period to carry out their fundraising plan.
After selected the Dr. Susan Love Foundation for Breast Cancer Research as their class charity, the eighth graders created a fundraising plan, which included selling bracelets and raffle tickets during carpool, as well as the chance to "Pie a Teacher in the Face." On June 3, five very good sports took one (a very messy one!) for the team -- all in the name of an important cause.
Congratulations to the Class of 2021 on raising more than $2,300 for breast cancer research! It's clear these Norwood graduates are moving on to high school with a solid belief that how you lead your life matters.
Located in Bethesda, MD, Norwood School develops students in grades PK-8 into confident lifelong learners who have the academic, character, and leadership skills to succeed in high school and beyond. Recognizing that children are multi-faceted, Norwood provides many opportunities for safe risk-taking, exploration, discovery, and growth in a nurturing, supportive, and inclusive school community.