It’s an Ohio State fan’s worst nightmare: University of Michigan.
The vice principal of Franke Park Elementary School got a little more than he bargained for when he agreed to be duct taped to a wall as part of a coin drive for SCAN and the school’s Parent Teacher Student Association (PTSA).
Scott Geist bravely stood on a milk crate as a class of 4th grade students ducted taped him to a wall using maize and blue colored tape. And to top it off, he was made to wear a Michigan hat and scarf.
But it’s all for a good cause. The class that raised the most money during the coin drive won the honor of duct taping Geist.
PTSA member Amanda Funk said Geist is always looking for ways to connect with the students and this is just another example of his dedication.
“He always makes it fun. He’s fun in the hallways, he high-fives kids, he does jokes at the end of the day… He’s everybody’s buddy. Duct taping him is going to be a blast,” Funk said.
Together, the school collected more than $500, 10 percent of which will go to SCAN,Stop Child Abuse and Neglect. The rest of the funds will go to the PTSA.