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Education

April 3, 2014

Norman High funds will benefit children, families in community

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NORMAN —

“We had a video of Mashburn challenging coach Dewey at our opening assembly and students were crazy excited,” Yaw said. “It was really fun to see Mashburn take down Bulk Bogan today.”

Principal Scott Beck said he was really proud of Norman High for reaching its goal.

“Tigerpalooza captures what we’re about as a school: giving to others. And this money will go directly into Norman, into our community. Next year, I know our goal will be even higher.”

Top Tigerpalooza fundraisers included: Senior Tigerpalooza King Reed Shafer-Ray, $1235; Senior Tigerpalooza Queen Kaylea Fabri, $842; Junior Tigerpalooza King Braden Heeney, $889; Junior Tigerpalooza Queen Maddy Long, $2,392; Sophomore Tigerpalooza King Nikiel Kim, $1,578; Sophomore Tigerpalooza Queen Amy Pasque, $1,625; Freshman Tigerpalooza King Brian Phillips, $786; Freshman Tigerpalooza Queen Ellen Melton, $4,207; Tigerpalooza Committee King Brandon Gowens, $1,075; Tigerpalooza Committee Queen Sydney Odle, $2,102; StuCo Tigerpalooza King Peyton Powers, $2,892; and StuCo Tigerpalooza Queen Hannah Connery, $3,299.

Katherine Parker

366-3541

kparker@normantranscript.com

 

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