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Freedom Principal Shelite goes to jail -- to benefit her students

 

October 18, 2018

Katie Strehl

At the Freedom School Fall Festival, a wide array of fun activities were on offer to help raise funds for student class projects. The festival held a silent auction, bingo and a cake-walk, along with numerous class-sponsored games at booths throughout the school. Here, Principal Shelite finds herself in the junior class's jail where patrons could pay to imprison someone for a certain number of minutes. Shelite is a good sport and spends some time in the slammer – the things teachers and school administrators are willing to do to benefit those kids! The fall festival raised over $2,500 for the student class funds.

Katie Strehl

Top: Freshman Duke Morris spends a few minutes in jail during the fall festival Saturday night. Bottom: Lance Bolar and Myles Nixon are also imprisoned in a way – they get roped at their own game. These juniors offer the patrons a calf-roping opportunity.



 

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