Valley People: Student wins chance to be principal for day
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Six-year-old Landon Fernald hands a Pay Day candy bar to Baymonte Christian School preschool teacher Lisa Patterson while Principal Steve Patterson looks on. Courtesy of Patrice Fernald
Six-year-old Landon Fernald hands a Pay Day candy bar to Baymonte Christian School preschool teacher Lisa Patterson while Principal Steve Patterson looks on. Courtesy of Patrice Fernald
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Baymonte Christian School’s Landon Fernald, 6, brought in the most sponsorship money for the school’s annual Tech Trek fundraiser and earned the right to be principal for a day.

Landon, a first-grader in Lisa Poston’s class, met his personal goal to raise $1,000 and got to spend Thursday, Sept. 27, with Principal Steve Patterson.

Dressed as Patterson, Landon handed out Payday candy bars to all the teachers and took a field trip with the principal to Canepa Design in Scotts Valley.

His class also won first place for collecting the most sponsorships and received a Jamba Juice party for their efforts.

The Tech Trek 5-kilometer and 1-kilometer runs will take place Oct. 13, a Saturday, at Baymonte.

For information: www.baymonte.org.

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