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  • Principals spend a day on a hot school roof in Lake Wylie, SC

    Crowders Creek Elementary School principals in Lake Wylie, SC, fulfilled a fundraising goal promise to students on Oct. 9 by spending a day working from the school's roof. The students collected pledges from all 50 states. Money will go to instructional supplies and a new multimedia room sound system. Video created and edited by John Marks

Principals spend a day on a hot school roof in Lake Wylie, SC

Crowders Creek Elementary School principals in Lake Wylie, SC, fulfilled a fundraising goal promise to students on Oct. 9 by spending a day working from the school's roof. The students collected pledges from all 50 states. Money will go to instructional supplies and a new multimedia room sound system. Video created and edited by John Marks