Centennial Elementary staff wear gray for superhero day
BISMARCK, N.D. - This is Red Ribbon week. It is a week focused on drug prevention and taking a visible stance against drugs.
In Bismarck Public Schools, that means a different dress up day each day.
Tuesday is Superhero Day. And while lots of kids and staff dressed up as Superman and Batman, staff at one school chose a different superhero.
Staff at Centennial wore gray to support Beth Anderson. Anderson is a former teacher at Centennial and currently teaches second grade at Miller Elementary. She’s been out all school year, fighting a brain tumor.
Staff at Centennial say Anderson is the greatest superhero they know, and they wanted to honor her Tuesday.
Photos courtesy of Heather Bullinger.
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