North Valley High raises money to adopt 16 Animal Ambassadors

In November, North Valley High School put on a coin drive to raise money to purchase symbolic Animal Ambassador adoptions.

The Knights came through big time, raising more than $2,000 and adopting 16 of our Animal Ambassadors. The students raised money through their third-period classes, and four of the participating classes raised more than $250 adoption level. Those classes used the remaining money raised to adopt another animal. All four of those classes qualified for an animal outreach at the school later this month.

The winning class, with a total of $492 raised was Mr. Klumpp’s freshman metal shop class. As a result, that class will get an in-person experience at Wildlife Images with its primary adopted animal: Yak the Brown Bear! Every one in the class also receives two free admission passes to come back for another visit.

All classes that qualified for adoptions will receive the adoption pack of their respective adoption levels.

Mr. Klumpp, as the winning teacher, will get a free family membership to Wildlife Images.

Thanks to everyone who participated! The money will go toward the care of our animals to give them the best possible quality of life.

For more information about Animal Ambassador adoptions, click here.