GREEN RIVER– To bring Truman Elementary’s Make-A-Wish fundraising efforts to a close, students purchased strips of duct tape for one dollar each to tape Truman’s principal Mr. Figenser and teacher Mr. Asselmeier to the gym wall.
Earlier in the week, the students brought money to purchase the tape. Today, Mr. Figenser and Mr. Asselmeier stood against the wall while students eagerly lined up with their tape.
Truman’s Make-A-Wish Efforts
Every day this past week, Truman Elementary hosted a “break the rules day” in which students could bring a dollar or more to break a rule, such as chewing gum in school, wearing crazy hair, or wearing a hat.
Truman also participated in a classroom competition, in which each classroom had a coin jar. The classroom that collected the most money in their jar won the competition.
All of the money raised by the school benefited Green River High School’s fundraising efforts, which goes toward granting wishes for Wyoming children.
Make-A-Wish Drive Results
Rock Springs raised over $24 thousand. Together, the two schools, along with business donations, and donations from the communities, raised over $56 thousand for Make-A-Wish Wyoming.