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Roger Bacon students tape principal to a pole, for good cause

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From Left, Alex Ceddia (rear) Alex McCreanor, Kelsey Hawkins-Johnson, Assistant Principal Paul Zlatic, Kenny Howard, Max Bishop, Katelyn Wright and Libby Shepherd. (Courtesy Photo)

Press Release

The Roger Bacon Student Philanthropy Program sponsored a dress down day and taped Mr. Paul Zlatic, Assistant Principal, to a pole in the cafeteria to raise over $360.

The students are enrolled in Writing for Change, a class that teaches written and oral communication skills through partnerships with the nonprofit world.

The students have written blog posts for the Cincinnati Community ToolBank and are currently researching local nonprofit organizations to determine which one will receive a $1,500 grant, funded by Magnified Giving.

Roger Bacon High School, established in 1928, is a Catholic, Franciscan co-educational high school that takes pride in its history of strong academics and community outreach.

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