Video: Fairfax Students Tape Principal To The Wall For Charity
Fairfax Elementary students raised more than $1,500 for the United Way of Lake County
He's thrown karaoke parties, let the kids wear pajamas or hats, and even taken a few pies in the face.
But sometimes a pie in the face isn't enough.
Heller capped a 2-week fundraising campaign, which raised more than $1,500, by letting his students duct tape him to the wall of the gymnasium.
Students paid $1 each for the privilege.
"Even though they're young, I think the students have a pretty good grasp on giving and the importance of giving back," Heller said. "For the past nine years at this school, our culture has been about being there for people in need and making someone's day. The parents, teachers and students are immersed in that culture and it's right in line with United Way of Lake County."
For more on the story, check out the video of the students duct taping their principal to the wall.