Kingsfield Elementary Teachers Get Pied In The Face For Relay For Life (With Photo Gallery)

March 22, 2021

Kingsfield Elementary School students recently had a chance to pie their teachers in the face.

It was all part of an annual fundraiser for Relay for Life, and they collected $1,101.37, twice as much as last year.

“We took nominations for teachers who wanted to be pied. Throughout the week students brought in money to add to the jars for the teacher they wanted pied,” said Kenli Rowe, a fundraising project coordinator and proud recipient of a pie plate full of whipped cream.

“We had daily totals and at the end of the event the top 5 teachers would be pied. But. in reality, most of the teachers who had volunteered took a seat and got pied anyway! This has been an annual event for Relay each year since the school opened and the kids, and the teachers, look forward to it,” Rowe said.

The top five classes were

  • Hope Tourney, first grade, $202.77, Kenli Rowe, fourth grade $202.77 (tie)
  • Whitney Hager, fourth grade, $121.82
  • Melissa Venable, kindergarten, $110.43
  • Stephanie Harris, kindergarten, $100.77
  • Ashley Raia, third grade, $63.59

For a photo gallery, click here.

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3 Responses to “Kingsfield Elementary Teachers Get Pied In The Face For Relay For Life (With Photo Gallery)”

  1. Teacher1 on March 22nd, 2021 1:47 pm

    So much fun! Way to go teachers! I know the students loved it just as much as you all did!!! Way to be good sports and make memories for students in a hard year!

  2. Justin on March 22nd, 2021 11:42 am

    I’ve been to several events like this and they are very fun to watch. At similar events I threw baseballs at targets to drop teachers in water tanks. But nothing compares to a good ole face pie!

  3. JTV on March 22nd, 2021 5:44 am

    Thank you teachers. It looks like y’all had fun as well.

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