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Collettsville PTO to sponsor Donkey Basketball Game

COLLETTSVILLE, NC (March 16, 2017)…The funniest and wildest show on earth is coming to Collettsville School on Saturday, April 1st! The Collettsville PTO is excited to announce they will be sponsoring a donkey basketball game! You will be absolutely delighted as donkeys of Professional Animal Frolics attempt to rid themselves of their riders during the ballgame. The thrills, laughter, and surprises never end at a donkey ballgame!

You will see your neighbors, friends and just maybe your teacher attempt to ride donkeys that are specially trained for the game. Some have not been ridden very far even after hundreds of attempts.

The entire ballgame will be filled with comedy. During halftime, you will have an opportunity to get your picture taken while on a donkey, attempt to make a half-court shot, and other activities to be announced. This is one production that you will want to bring the entire family to see!

Advanced sale prices (Adults $6; Children $5) will begin on Monday, March 13th and will run through Friday, March 31st. Tickets will be available each morning from 7:45 – 8:00 in the cafeteria. Prices will be (Adults $8; Children $6) at the door. BBQ plates and concessions will be available starting at 5:00pm. Game time is 7:00pm. We are looking forward to this big event and hope to see you all on April 1st!

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The Caldwell County School System is a nationally accredited public school district enrolling nearly 12,000 students in grades PreK-12. It is the largest employer in Caldwell County, employing 1,855 educators and non-certified staff. The district includes six high schools - three traditional high schools, an alternative school, and two innovative high schools located on the community college campus. With 11 elementary schools for students in grades K-5, four middle schools serving grades 6-8, and four K-8 schools in the scenic areas of Caldwell County, it is the largest provider of educational services in Caldwell County. Additionally, the district operates the Patterson Science Center, a Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math (STEAM) center for grades K-12 that features an outdoor classroom environment of 1,400 acres. The school district also offers preschool classes at nine elementary schools; a summer program for pre-kindergarten students; and a 5-star before and after care WrapAround Program for students in grades K-8 at 15 different schools. The Caldwell County School System embraces a diversified student body immersed in a myriad of academic studies from fine arts to engineering to career/technical education through virtual and traditional settings. Students are encouraged to learn, build positive relationships, explore activities that are relevant to their interests, and to put forth their best effort every day as they strive for excellence.