Teacher With Cancer Gets a Surprise From Students

When substitute teacher Sue Babine opened her classroom door in Crestview, she saw 11 of her students with shaved heads.

Babine has cancer and all 11 boys in the class agreed to have their heads shaved to show their support for the school's Relay for Life program. Her son also shaved his head.

The program raised $13,000 for Babine's medical bills.

The teacher is undergoing her second round of chemotherapy, which has caused her hair to fall out.

Letters for permission were sent to the boys' parents, but six of them got their parents to let their heads be completely shaved bald. Others had to settle for a close shave.

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