GMC Administrators Unite for Common Causes with "No Shave November" Campaign


For the second consecutive year, the Greater Miami Conference administrators have stepped up in a collaborative effort to raise awareness as well as generate funds for worthy causes through the ever popular "No Shave November" campaign. Across the GMC, building principals and athletic directors have lead the way in rallying staff and fellow administrators to participate in not shaving through the month of November as a way of promoting social awareness amongst their "school communities". Through various methods of donated monetary support, the student bodies of the GMC schools find creative ways to endorse their "favorite" bearded administrator or teacher.  

Each building or school district designates their most meaningful school and/or community cause as the recipient of their fund raising efforts.  Many buildings have designated cancer related funding projects, with the most popular project being the Joe Bertram Scholarship Fund for the children of a Colerain administrator who was recently taken by the disease.  The Joe Bertram Scholarship Fund has been selected by Lakota East, Lakota West and Colerain as their fund of choice.  Middletown has selected the Kayla Harrison Foundation for abused youth as their fundraising recipient. While Fairfield and Princeton have chosen meaningful in-house cancer related causes. 

While having a bit of fun with this "No Shave November" campaign, the GMC administrators are making the most of this "teachable moment" with their student bodies, by setting outstanding examples of cooperation and community commitment.