Principal stuck on technology

by Jim Boyle
Editor

What would possess an elementary school principal to let students duct tape him to a wall?

iPads.

Twin Lakes Elementary School Principal Dan Collins was at it again. This time he let students tape him to a wall for a technology fund drive.

Twin Lakes Elementary School Principal Dan Collins challenged his students to sell at least 10 items during a recent fund-raising effort.

Every student who did so received a piece of duct tape to tape him to the wall. On Tuesday, Oct. 23, students excitedly watched as Collins was taped to the wall with more than 400 pieces of duct tape.

The fund drive raised enough money to buy  more than 50 iPads for the school.

The top-selling classroom received a pizza party and each top selling student from every classroom enjoyed a pizza party with Collins, who “stuck” to his word.

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