Principal sports new look after Surrey students raise $1,558 for Terry Fox Run

John Morrison challenged school's students to raise $1,500 by having a Nickel Day, a Dime Day, a Quarter Day, a Loonie Day and a Toonie Day.

Mountainview Montessori Elementary school principal John Morrison gets his head shaved Friday.

SURREY — Mountainview Montessori Elementary school principal is sporting a new look after students at his school came up big for the Terry Fox Run.

John Morrison challenged his school’s 352 students to raise $1,500 by having a Nickel Day, a Dime Day, a Quarter Day, a Loonie Day and a Toonie Day.

The students raised $1,558, so Mr. Morrison kept his end of the bargain and had his head shaved at an assembly in the school on Friday.

Lisa Hiebert and Hilary Howard from Plushington Beauty Bar in Fort Langley were on hand to sheer the proud – but somewhat colder – principal.

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