By Ben Otte
Check out the photo above featuring faculty and staff of the high school posing with
health teacher Mrs. Carrie Smeltzer this past Friday at the high school.
After 6 months of treatment post her diagnosis of breast cancer in December 2011,
Smeltzer was declared cancer-free. However, she recently learned that the pain she felt in her arms
while she was back in the classroom teaching were remaining cancerous cells of her previous fight.
In support of Smeltzer, 2011 graduate Andrew Zeller and district technology coach
Samantha Smith recently sold black t-shirts to show support for her and her family.
The black shirts feature a pink ribbon along with Smeltzer's initials on the
front and pink lettering on the back.
The fundraiser has showed Smeltzer just a glimpse of the incredible support
she has behind her for "Round 2".
For more of Smeltzer's "Round 2" fight, click here.