Senior class skips class trip, gives the money to principal in her moment of need.

Senior class skips class trip, gives the money to principal in her moment of need.
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Have you ugly cried yet today?

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You're not going to be able to keep it together either. (via YouTube)

Just in case you haven't completely broken down and wept as part of your normal routine, some New Hampshire teenagers did something incredibly sweet recently by donating all of the money for their senior class trip to their principal, who has been diagnosed with cancer. Courtney Vashaw, principal of Profile Junior-Senior High School, shared the news that she has a rare and aggressive form of cancer with her students last week. Instead of going on their senior class trip to Rydin' Hy Ranch in New York, they voted—unanimously—to put the $8,000 they had raised toward their favorite principal's medical treatments.

Kids these days! They're never going to live up to the baby boomers' legacy of selfishness and greed this way!

Go ahead and weep:


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