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Tyler Blaise peeks out the front of his tent on the front lawn of Loyalsock Valley Elementary School October 18, 2022. As an incentive for the school’s 236 students to raise money for the PTO, he agreed to camp out in front of the school, if this were the case students raised $7,000.00. The students took up the challenge and surpassed the $7,000 goal by raising well over $9,000. Blaise was delighted that his students had raised so much money but was a little apprehensive when a cold wind blew last Tuesday night, but he cheerfully accepted the challenge, saying: “It’s going to be a bit cold, but I’m sure that it will be good.” DAVE KENNEDY/Sun-Gazette

Tyler Blaise (far right) claps as he and students and faculty enjoy a campfire outside Loyalsock Valley Elementary School on October 18, 2022. As an incentive for the school’s 236 students to raise money for the PTO, he agreed to camp out in front of the school if the students raised $7,000.00. The students took up the challenge and surpassed the $7,000 goal by raising well over $9,000. Blaise was delighted that his students had raised so much money but was a little apprehensive when a cold wind blew last Tuesday night, but he cheerfully accepted the challenge, saying: “It’s going to be a bit cold, but I’m sure that it will be good.” DAVE KENNEDY/Sun-Gazette

Tyler Blaise speaks to students and faculty and enjoys a campfire in front of Loyalsock Valley Elementary School on October 18, 2022. As an incentive for the school’s 236 students to raise money for the PTO, he agreed to camp out in front of the school, when the students collected $7,000.00. The students took up the challenge and surpassed the $7,000 goal by raising well over $9,000. Blaise was delighted that his students had raised so much money but was a little apprehensive when a cold wind blew last Tuesday night, but he cheerfully accepted the challenge, saying: “It’s going to be a bit cold, but I’m sure that it will be good.” DAVE KENNEDY/Sun-Gazette

Tyler Blaise blows out the flames of a roasted marshmallow as he and students and faculty enjoy a campfire in front of Loyalsock Valley Elementary School on October 18, 2022. As an incentive for the school’s 236 students to raise money for the PTO, he agreed to camp in front of the school if the students raised $7,000.00. The students took up the challenge and surpassed the $7,000 goal by raising well over $9,000. Blaise was delighted that his students had raised so much money but was a little apprehensive when a cold wind blew last Tuesday night, but he cheerfully accepted the challenge, saying: “It’s going to be a bit cold, but I’m sure that it will be good.” DAVE KENNEDY/Sun-Gazette

Cars speed past the sign on the front of Loyalsock Valley Elementary to find Principal Tyler Blaise camping out on the front lawn of the school on October 18, 2022. As an incentive for the school’s 236 students to raise money for the PTO, he agreed to camp out in front of the school if the students raised $7,000.00. The students took up the challenge and surpassed the $7,000 goal by raising well over $9,000. Blaise was delighted that his students had raised so much money but was a little apprehensive when a cold wind blew last Tuesday night, but he cheerfully accepted the challenge, saying: “It’s going to be a bit cold, but I’m sure that it will be good.” DAVE KENNEDY/Sun-Gazette

Tyler Blaise peeks out the front of his tent on the front lawn of Loyalsock Valley Elementary School October 18, 2022. As an incentive for the school’s 236 students to raise money for the PTO, he agreed to camp out in front of the school, if this were the case students raised $7,000.00. The students took up the challenge and surpassed the $7,000 goal by raising well over $9,000. Blaise was delighted that his students had raised so much money but was a little apprehensive when a cold wind blew last Tuesday night, but he cheerfully accepted the challenge, saying: “It’s going to be a bit cold, but I’m sure that it will be good.” DAVE KENNEDY/Sun-Gazette

Tyler Blaise (far right) claps as he and students and faculty enjoy a campfire outside Loyalsock Valley Elementary School on October 18, 2022. As an incentive for the school’s 236 students to raise money for the PTO, he agreed to camp out in front of the school if the students raised $7,000.00. The students took up the challenge and surpassed the $7,000 goal by raising well over $9,000. Blaise was delighted that his students had raised so much money but was a little apprehensive when a cold wind blew last Tuesday night, but he cheerfully accepted the challenge, saying: “It’s going to be a bit cold, but I’m sure that it will be good.” DAVE KENNEDY/Sun-Gazette

Tyler Blaise speaks to students and faculty and enjoys a campfire in front of Loyalsock Valley Elementary School on October 18, 2022. As an incentive for the school’s 236 students to raise money for the PTO, he agreed to camp out in front of the school, when the students collected $7,000.00. The students took up the challenge and surpassed the $7,000 goal by raising well over $9,000. Blaise was delighted that his students had raised so much money but was a little apprehensive when a cold wind blew last Tuesday night, but he cheerfully accepted the challenge, saying: “It’s going to be a bit cold, but I’m sure that it will be good.” DAVE KENNEDY/Sun-Gazette

Tyler Blaise blows out the flames of a roasted marshmallow as he and students and faculty enjoy a campfire in front of Loyalsock Valley Elementary School on October 18, 2022. As an incentive for the school’s 236 students to raise money for the PTO, he agreed to camp in front of the school if the students raised $7,000.00. The students took up the challenge and surpassed the $7,000 goal by raising well over $9,000. Blaise was delighted that his students had raised so much money but was a little apprehensive when a cold wind blew last Tuesday night, but he cheerfully accepted the challenge, saying: “It’s going to be a bit cold, but I’m sure that it will be good.” DAVE KENNEDY/Sun-Gazette

Cars speed past the sign on the front of Loyalsock Valley Elementary to find Principal Tyler Blaise camping out on the front lawn of the school on October 18, 2022. As an incentive for the school’s 236 students to raise money for the PTO, he agreed to camp out in front of the school if the students raised $7,000.00. The students took up the challenge and surpassed the $7,000 goal by raising well over $9,000. Blaise was delighted that his students had raised so much money but was a little apprehensive when a cold wind blew last Tuesday night, but he cheerfully accepted the challenge, saying: “It’s going to be a bit cold, but I’m sure that it will be good.” DAVE KENNEDY/Sun-Gazette


Tyler Blaise peeks out of his tent on the lawn in front of Loyalsock Valley Elementary School Tuesday night. As an incentive for the school’s 236 students to raise money for the PTO, he agreed to camp out in front of the school if the students raised $7,000. The students took up the challenge and exceeded the goal by raising well over $9,000. Blaise was delighted that his students had raised so much money but was a little apprehensive when a cold wind blew on Tuesday night, but he cheerfully accepted the challenge, saying: “It’s going to be a little cold, but I’m sure it will be fine.”

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