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Campaign sparks friendly wager between private school administrators

August 29, 2013

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Principal John Nail

When three school principals entered into a friendly wager with one another, they knew their schools had nothing to lose and everything to gain, including bragging rights.

Prompting the competition between administrators Dr. Mark Register, Sacred Heart, Sedalia; John Nail, St. Paul’s Lutheran, Sedalia; and Gary Littrell, St. Peter, Marshall; was notice that their schools were among those selected to receive funding through “Give with Target,” a national campaign by the retailer to give $5 million to schools across the country.

Here’s where things get a little messy for the principals. If their school doesn’t win, they will wear the winning school’s T-shirt while performing two hours of community service, it was reported.

In the photo: Principal John Nail of St. Paul’s Lutheran School casts a vote for St. Paul’s Lutheran on the Give with Target Facebook page. Each vote earns St. Paul’s money and Nail potential bragging rights in the wager with principals at St. Peter and Sacred Heart. Photo submitted.

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