Port Clinton Middle School students in Fleet 7 accepted the ALS Ice Bucket challenge and rose to the occasion. They raised over $200 for ALS to be donated to the "Bright Side of the Road" foundation dedicated to ALS prevention, education and cure at the Cleveland Clinic.
Fleet 7 teacher Ms. Diane Zam (far right) took the first bucket from students Beau Scott and Kyle Coleman as Ms. Carol Nighswander (next left) prepares for her dousing from Alanna Read and Zoe Hines along with the rest of the grade 7 teachers. Since students raised more than $200, as challenged by their principal Ms. Carrie Sanchez, she also was part of the fun.
See the complete photo album and video at pccsd.net.