Our Gaynor McCown students found several creative ways to raise money for peers affected by Hurricane Sandy, including an agreement with Assistant Principal Dave Cugini that he would have his head shaved at a pep rally if they met their funding target - which they did.
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Students Raise $2K for Sandy-Affected Peers January 9, 2013
ABC News 7 Visits Channel View's College March December 20, 2012
ABC News 7's education reporter Art McFarland visited our Channel View School for Research, which was relocated after Hurricane Sandy, to see their college application march in action. Seniors marched to mail their college applications in on-deadline despite overcoming incredible adversity.
Harlem World Magazine at WHEELS' College March December 19, 2012
Harlem World Magazine visits our Washington Heights Expeditionary Learning School's (WHEELS) 2nd Annual College Application march. WHEELS originated the college application march, which has spread to schools across our network.