By Nick Sestanovich
Ethical question: Is it OK for students to throw colorful powder at their principal?
The answer: No, unless the students raise $6,100 for a charitable cause and have the blessing of their principal.
It might sound farfetched, but that is exactly what happened Wednesday at Kairos Public School Vacaville Academy, where students took turns tossing radiant dust at Executive Director Jared Austin, which was their reward for raising money for the American Heart Association’s Kids Heart Challenge. It was a win for all: Kairos students got to donate to charity, and Austin got to walk away with a new quasi-tie dye shirt.