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Bismarck High School students aimed high in raising funds for the Backpack for Kids program.

The demons wanted to raise more than $7,000 in a week. The student council set money goals ranging from $500 to $10,000, depending upon the amount, students could slime teachers or even chop off their hair.

"It's fun too. If it takes getting slimed, I'm fine with it. It's part of the recognition of what they accomplished. They gave hard everyday. I would go out in the commons and their second hour and collecting. And they dropping their dollars and $20 and pennies and whatever they had," says Robin Nein, BHS Student Council.

Unfortunately, students didn't reach their $7,000 goal, but they did raise more than $2,000.

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