Derek Shuel of MEI Elementary School in Abbotsford was one of three volunteer human sundaes at a noon-hour assembly to celebrate the success of the annual Heart 2 Heart school fundraiser.

Derek Shuel of MEI Elementary School in Abbotsford was one of three volunteer human sundaes at a noon-hour assembly to celebrate the success of the annual Heart 2 Heart school fundraiser.

(Video) Why an Abbotsford teacher and two students became human sundaes

It was to celebrate a successful fundraiser for charity

The teacher was a mess.

Derek Shuel of MEI Elementary School in Abbotsford was one of three volunteer human sundaes (the other two were students Cooper and Makayla)  at a noon-hour assembly to celebrate the success of the annual Heart 2 Heart school fundraiser that supports a children’s home, school, and church in Grande Goave, Haiti.

Students were promised they would see some human sundaes if they took in more than $20,000.

They raised more than $53,000.

 

 

Above: Shuel, near the end of being transformed into an ice cream treat. Below: MEI student Cooper gets a cold topping. Makayla, with sprinkles.

Cooper

 

Makayla