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Students in Circle school district raise about $11K for United Way’s tornado relief efforts

Students at Circle High School far exceeded a fundraising goal for tornado victims. With that,...
Students at Circle High School far exceeded a fundraising goal for tornado victims. With that, Circle HS Principal Matthew Carroll delivered on a goal-reaching promise to dye his hair blue.(Circle High School)
Published: May. 17, 2022 at 11:03 AM CDT
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TOWANDA, Kan. (KWCH) - An effort from students in Circle Public Schools raised more than $11,000 for the United Way of the Plains to aid people impacted by the April 29 tornado that tore through parts of southeast Sedgwick County and Butler County, including the town of Andover.

Of that total, Circle High School students raised about $4,500.

Students far exceeded the goal with the fundraising effort. With that, Circle High School Principal Matthew Carroll delivered on a goal-reaching promise to dye his hair blue.

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