Teachers Fight For Cash In Arena To Pay For Classroom Supplies

Jesse Williams

By Jesse Williams

Jesse Williams

14 Dec 2021

Teachers battled it out at a “Dash for Cash” event akin to something out of “Squid Game” or “The Hunger Games” in a bid to fund improvements in their schools.

After the first period of a junior hockey game on Saturday at the Denny Sanford Premier Center in South Dakota,  ,000 was dumped onto a carpet in the middle of the ice rink. como tomar a ivermectina por peso

Ten teachers from the Sioux Falls area scrambled to grab as many bills as they could in under five minutes.

The funds, donated by CU Mortgage Direct were presented as a way to help underfunded educators.

“With everything that has gone on for the last couple of years with teachers and everything, we thought it was an awesome group thing to do for the teachers,” Ryan Knudson, Director of Business Development and Marketing for CU Mortgage Direct, told the Argus Leader. “The teachers in this area, and any teacher, they deserve whatever the heck they get. how to use ivermectin lotion for scabies

Despite the good intentions the stunt  criticised for being “dystopian” and “degrading” grossly visualising the dire situation of teachers and their meagre resources.

One teacher who managed to stash $592 took a very different view saying:

“I think it’s really cool when the community offers an opportunity like this for things that educations a lot of times pay out of pocket for,”