High school seniors cancel trip, donate money to principal with cancer

Here’s your daily moment of sweetness.

In New Hampshire, high school seniors spent some of the year raising the $8,000 it would take for a class trip to the Adirondacks of New York, part of the perk of being a high school senior.

Then they found out their principal, Courtney Vashaw, has cancer. They canceled the trip and gave her the money to help pay for her treatment.

“Every one of us has a connection with her, and she has given so much to us that we just wanted to give back,” said Christopher Sirois, the senior class president.