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District 300 officials take ice bucket plunge

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  • District 300 Associate Superintendent Sarah Kedroski is doused with a 5-gallon bucket of ice water by Ben Churchill, Assistant Superintendent for High School Teaching and Learning Superintendent's Cabinet, while taking the ALS ice bucket challenge Friday at Hampshire High School.

       District 300 Associate Superintendent Sarah Kedroski is doused with a 5-gallon bucket of ice water by Ben Churchill, Assistant Superintendent for High School Teaching and Learning Superintendent's Cabinet, while taking the ALS ice bucket challenge Friday at Hampshire High School.
    Brian Hill | Staff Photographer

  • District 300 CEO and future Superintendent Fred Heid, center, is doused with four 5-gallon buckets of ice water by the administrators who also took the ALS ice bucket challenge Friday at Hampshire High School.

       District 300 CEO and future Superintendent Fred Heid, center, is doused with four 5-gallon buckets of ice water by the administrators who also took the ALS ice bucket challenge Friday at Hampshire High School.
    Brian Hill | Staff Photographer

 
 

District 300 CEO and future Superintendent Fred Heid was doused with ice water from four large 5-gallon buckets Friday as he and other administrators took the ALS ice bucket challenge.

After recording a short NFL style introduction video in the school, the administrators dressed in the district schools' different football jerseys and took to the Hampshire High School football field to participate in the Internet craze that has raised a large amount of money for ALS.

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Everything from extremely loud screams to nary a little peep was heard as bucket after bucket of ice water was dumped on the administrators heads.

Among those participating Friday were: Director of Public Relations and Communications Services Anthony McGinn, Assistant Superintendent Middle School Teaching and Learning Kara Vicente, Assistant Superintendent for High School Teaching and Learning Superintendent's Cabinet Ben Churchill, Associate Superintendent Sarah Kedrosk and Chief Legal Counsel Colleen O'Keefe.

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