Camping for a cause
It was a frigid night for the Stillwater Middle School principal to make good on a promise. Dr. Joshua Krebs told students if they reached their food drive goal he would camp out in front of the building. With that added incentive, students collected more than 1,700 food items, plus raised $740 for Valley Outreach!
Dr. Krebs toughed the weather like a champ thanks to social studies teacher Chris Getchell, who provided the gear and even stayed with him so he wouldn't have to brave the cold alone.
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Dr. Joshua Krebs told students if they reached their food drive goal he would camp out in front of the building.
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