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Med Tech switches from Operation to Candy Land


It’s that time of year again: senior students from Medical Technology started selling candy throughout Northview and Southview. The students started selling on October 16 and did so until October 30.

The money that the seniors raise funds their trips to state and national competitions, as well as adopting a needy family for the holidays, according to senior Med Tech teacher Pat Johnson.

The students get to pick what candy box they want depending on which candy they think will sell the most.

“They get all excited, and many signed up to get two boxes instead of one,” Mrs. Johnson said.

If everybody sells their candy, Med Tech has the potential to raise $1,700, according to Mrs. Johnson.

“It’s really easy, all the kids come right to you. However, it’s a big responsibility,” senior Med Tech student Keleigh Zenz said.

Candy such as Warheads, Sour Punch Straws, Skittles, and 3 Musketeers were sold.

“I’ve noticed that the Reese’s and the Kit Kats have sold the fastest,” Zenz said.

Med Tech does this every year as their yearly fundraiser, according to Mrs. Johnson.

Isabelle Compton, Staff Writer

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