Money raised during MAD Week donated

Three recipients of MAD Week fundraisers get checks
Posted on 04/24/2019
(SPS) - It was a good day inside the Commons at the high school.

The money raised during MAD Week was turned into three separate checks and handed over to Chieftains who could use it.

The Junior High Student Council represented by Treasurer Ryann Hoey, Secretary Brooklyn Berry, and Vice President Jaselyn Rossman presented Sapulpa police officer Glenn Coffey with a check for $1,012.

Officer Coffey has been diagnosed with stage 4 liver disease and is currently on the list for a transplant.

JH STUCO presents check to Officer Coffey

The High School Student Council was represented by Hannah Berry, secretary, and Addyson Hoey, public relations. They divided the $3,740 high school students raised between two families.

Senior Peyton Long accepted a check on behalf of her mother, Robin, a teacher at Jefferson Heights Elementary, who has been diagnosed with Leukemia.

The other check was accepted by senior Shelby Russell on behalf of her mother, Shirley Roberts.

STUCO presenting MAD Week checks

MAD Week is a week-long fundraiser in which students participate in a hat day, a ripped jeans day, early lunch, coin donation, t-shirt sales, and a dodgeball tournament. Local businesses also donated a percentage of their profits on a given day.

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