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Breast cancer can’t scare us!

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Breast cancer can’t scare us!

	Students celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness month by decorating classroom doors with creative spooky themes. Next Monday, judges will determine whose class wins the prize basket full of snacks. “Isabella Keaton and Adrienne Schuller took charge of our door. They decided to theme it up with Halloween and saying ‘scare away’ breast cancer. I love the idea, but they have full credit for it,” Economics teacher Marcus Marenda said.

Students celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness month by decorating classroom doors with creative spooky themes. Next Monday, judges will determine whose class wins the prize basket full of snacks. “Isabella Keaton and Adrienne Schuller took charge of our door. They decided to theme it up with Halloween and saying ‘scare away’ breast cancer. I love the idea, but they have full credit for it,” Economics teacher Marcus Marenda said.

Rachel Maxwell

Students celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness month by decorating classroom doors with creative spooky themes. Next Monday, judges will determine whose class wins the prize basket full of snacks. “Isabella Keaton and Adrienne Schuller took charge of our door. They decided to theme it up with Halloween and saying ‘scare away’ breast cancer. I love the idea, but they have full credit for it,” Economics teacher Marcus Marenda said.

Rachel Maxwell

Rachel Maxwell

Students celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness month by decorating classroom doors with creative spooky themes. Next Monday, judges will determine whose class wins the prize basket full of snacks. “Isabella Keaton and Adrienne Schuller took charge of our door. They decided to theme it up with Halloween and saying ‘scare away’ breast cancer. I love the idea, but they have full credit for it,” Economics teacher Marcus Marenda said.

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