Latham teacher volunteers for 'special duty'

Latham teacher Hannah Haas grins and bears it as Aaron Kendrick applies mayonnaise to her hair. He was the first of 14 students to apply condiments to Haas's hair as a result of achieving a score of at least a 95 percent on a social studies test.

Latham teacher Hannah Haas grins and bears it as Aaron Kendrick applies mayonnaise to her hair. He was the first of 14 students to apply condiments to Haas's hair as a result of achieving a score of at least a 95 percent on a social studies test. Photo by David Wilson.

Hannah Haas, teacher at Latham R-V School, volunteered for some rather unpleasant duty involving student achievement.

On Friday, Nov. 11, she sat in a chair outside while each seventh and eighth grade student who earned 95 percent or more on a recent social studies test, applied their "favorite condiment" to her hair. The range of condiments included pizza sauce, mustard, ketchup, mayonnaise, syrup and more.

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Hannah Haas, teacher at Latham R-V School, and the seventh and eighth graders who earned 95 percent or higher on a recent social studies test after they put their favorite condiment in her hair.

For more of this story check out the Nov. 23 issue of the California Democrat.

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