ROANOKE, Va. – It was a unique and special day for students at Glen Cove Elementary School in Roanoke County, as they got to tape their principal to the wall.
Hundreds of kids used duct tape to pin the school administrator.
They were allowed to do so because they fulfilled their goal to raise $1,000 for Hurricane Harvey relief.
“They ended up raising over $1,300, and the fifth grade decide they wanted to tape me to the wall here. I think it's going very well,” Stephanie Hogae, principal at Glen Cove Elementary School, said.
The taping process took several hours.
No word on how long the principal was stuck.