Teachers get dunked on by students for Lynbrook North Middle’s ALS ice bucket challenge

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The North Middle School community in the Lynbrook Public School District went wild on May 12 as teachers lined up to have buckets of ice water dunked over their heads in the name of charity.

Students spent months raising money in support of ALS Ride for Life, a foundation that works towards a cure for ALS. On May 8, members of the foundation visited the school to thank students and staff.

As students fundraised, excitement also built for the ice bucket challenge, when they would have the opportunity to dump ice water on their favorite teachers. On May 12, all grades gathered outside to join the fun. Each teacher who volunteered picked a name out of a raffle to choose the lucky student. The crowd roared in cheer as each student selected got ready to pour. The biggest bucket was saved for the conclusion for Principal Marianne Healy.

Date Added: 5/19/2023