High School Seniors Donate Money to Principal With Cancer

Local news organization WMUR reports that the senior class of Profile Junior-Senior High School in Bethlehem, New Hampshire will not be going on a class trip this year. Instead, they have decided to donate the cost of the trip to their principal, Courtney Vashaw, who was recently diagnosed with cancer. A group of students decided to surprise Vashaw, who was brought to tears upon hearing the news. The class was originally scheduled to visit Rydin' Hi Ranch in Lake George, New York on Sunday, where they would spend four days. Instead, the class will donate nearly $8,000 for her medical expenses.