KALAMAZOO, Mich.—Paramount Charter Academy students are showing their love for the American Heart Association throughout the month of February with Friday Red Out days.
So far, the school has raised $1,135 dollars through Red Out events. The students have been purchasing official Red Out T-shirts with all donations going to AHA. They also had the opportunity to donate $1 on Friday, Feb. 14, to skip their uniform and wear dress-down attire.
Paramount will keep supporting the fight against heart disease by holding another dress down day on Wednesday, Feb. 26, for a $2 donation. Students will finish off the month with Jump Rope for Heart and Hoops for Heart events during their physical education classes Feb. 26 – March 6.
Paramount Charter Academy is a free public charter school serving students in young 5s through eighth grade.