Hillside Middle School breaks state fund-raising record
The Patients for Pennies campaign was run through the school’s enrichment classes, grades six to eight. Students collected spare change over the three-week period. Teachers collected the money daily. According to the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, Hillside Middle School broke the New Hampshire school state record of $4,700.
“We couldn’t be more pleased,” said Sara Loughlin, school coordinator of the project and a Hillside teacher.
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