Around and around the parking lot they walked.
St. Scholastica students trekked around the school parking lot for an hour for the school's annual Walk-a-Thon for technology. Each student receives a pledge sheet to raise money.
Thursday's fundraiser raised $6,170.39 for technology use at the school. Last year, the money was used to purchase laptops for every eighth grade student.
Students with the highest donations get the honor of throwing a pie at Principal Gail Kueper and Fifth-Grade Teacher Amy Yusko. The class with the most donations wins a pizza party.
Second grade raised the most of any grade, with $1,201.83 in donations.