Paying the price


Holy Angels Catholic School students Macie Verdier, 12, second from left, daughter of Nathan and Mollie Verdier, and Annie Stiver, 13, second from right, daughter of Jason and Gwen Stiver, dump water on their gym teacher, Holli Berger, as Andrea Hughes, 13, daughter of Tim and Leslie Hughes, walks by in the Holy Angels parking lot, Friday, May 19. The seventh-grade students had helped Berger run Field Day for students in kindergarthen through fourth grades. The seventh-grade students had wanted to take part in some of the Field Day games. To keep the seventh-graders focused, Berger told them that if they stayed on task, they could dump water on her when Field Day ended. The students took her up on the offer. All are from Sidney.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Holy Angels Catholic School students Macie Verdier, 12, second from left, daughter of Nathan and Mollie Verdier, and Annie Stiver, 13, second from right, daughter of Jason and Gwen Stiver, dump water on their gym teacher, Holli Berger, as Andrea Hughes, 13, daughter of Tim and Leslie Hughes, walks by in the Holy Angels parking lot, Friday, May 19. The seventh-grade students had helped Berger run Field Day for students in kindergarthen through fourth grades. The seventh-grade students had wanted to take part in some of the Field Day games. To keep the seventh-graders focused, Berger told them that if they stayed on task, they could dump water on her when Field Day ended. The students took her up on the offer. All are from Sidney.

Holy Angels Catholic School students Macie Verdier, 12, second from left, daughter of Nathan and Mollie Verdier, and Annie Stiver, 13, second from right, daughter of Jason and Gwen Stiver, dump water on their gym teacher, Holli Berger, as Andrea Hughes, 13, daughter of Tim and Leslie Hughes, walks by in the Holy Angels parking lot, Friday, May 19. The seventh-grade students had helped Berger run Field Day for students in kindergarthen through fourth grades. The seventh-grade students had wanted to take part in some of the Field Day games. To keep the seventh-graders focused, Berger told them that if they stayed on task, they could dump water on her when Field Day ended. The students took her up on the offer. All are from Sidney.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2017/05/web1_SDN052017WaterJug.jpgHoly Angels Catholic School students Macie Verdier, 12, second from left, daughter of Nathan and Mollie Verdier, and Annie Stiver, 13, second from right, daughter of Jason and Gwen Stiver, dump water on their gym teacher, Holli Berger, as Andrea Hughes, 13, daughter of Tim and Leslie Hughes, walks by in the Holy Angels parking lot, Friday, May 19. The seventh-grade students had helped Berger run Field Day for students in kindergarthen through fourth grades. The seventh-grade students had wanted to take part in some of the Field Day games. To keep the seventh-graders focused, Berger told them that if they stayed on task, they could dump water on her when Field Day ended. The students took her up on the offer. All are from Sidney. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News