The Smith-Cotton High School chapter of HOSA, an organization for students interested in health care careers, got some help from the school's principals on Friday, March 16, to support the American Heart Association.

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Led by senior Alex Esquivel, HOSA got S-C Principal Wade Norton and assistant principals Robin Wyatte, Joe Doyle and Stacy Curry to jump rope throughout the day's lunch shifts in exchange for staff and student donations. The fundraiser brought in $460.

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Rope1: Smith-Cotton High School Assistant Principal Robin Wyatte goes "around the world," skipping rope around the perimeter of the cafeteria during the third lunch shift Friday, March 16, to raise funds for the American Heart Association.

Rope2: S-C Assistant Principal Joe Doyle does some speed work with his jump rope at the end of the second lunch shift.

Rope3: Teacher Zach Vandevender hops in to try some Double Dutch as JROTC cadet Alyssa Ream, left, and Assistant Principal Robin Wyatte work the ropes.

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