When a little change turns into gold
Posted Thursday, November 3, 2016
Pirates roamed the halls of Loveland Primary School this October as school administrators traded typical suits for special pirate costumes to celebrate success! Students raised money for the annual LPS coin drive to coincide with the annual book fair. Students raised more than $1,300 – money that will go towards buying new books for the media center and classrooms.
“This is how we really are able to turn some change into pure gold for student learning,” said LPS Principal Kevin Fancher. “The purchase of these books will only continue to elevate our ability to provide our students the access they need to books at this critical stage in their reading development. We are thrilled with the success of this effort, and – as always – we thank our LPS Tiger Family for their support!”
Photo caption (L to R): LPS Building Coordinator Cristin Kiefer and LPS Principal Kevin Fancher traveled throughout the building dressed as pirates as a reward for the coins collected as part of the coin drive in October.