Hilton Head Island High School science teacher Edie Schmidt is duct taped to the wall of the school's gym during a "Coming Home" pep rally on Friday. Surrounding her from right are sophomores Allie Jaccard, Elaine Natoli and Danielle Townsend, who had just finished taping her to the wall for being the teacher to raise the most money, $46.82, for the sophomore class parade fund. "Coming Home" is the winter sports version of fall Homecoming, which will culminate with the crowning of a Coming Home king at halftime of Saturday night's boys varsity basketball game.
Hilton Head Island High School science teacher Edie Schmidt is duct taped to the wall of the school's gym during a "Coming Home" pep rally on Friday. Surrounding her from right are sophomores Allie Jaccard, Elaine Natoli and Danielle Townsend, who had just finished taping her to the wall for being the teacher to raise the most money, $46.82, for the sophomore class parade fund. "Coming Home" is the winter sports version of fall Homecoming, which will culminate with the crowning of a Coming Home king at halftime of Saturday night's boys varsity basketball game. JAY KARR | The Island Packet
Hilton Head Island High School science teacher Edie Schmidt is duct taped to the wall of the school's gym during a "Coming Home" pep rally on Friday. Surrounding her from right are sophomores Allie Jaccard, Elaine Natoli and Danielle Townsend, who had just finished taping her to the wall for being the teacher to raise the most money, $46.82, for the sophomore class parade fund. "Coming Home" is the winter sports version of fall Homecoming, which will culminate with the crowning of a Coming Home king at halftime of Saturday night's boys varsity basketball game. JAY KARR | The Island Packet

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