Coral Springs High School Holds First Ever Dance Marathon, Raising Over $10,000
Photo by Jarid Altmark
The students at Coral Springs High School surpassed their own expectations when they hosted their first ever Dance Marathon. They initially hoped to raise $3,000, but thanks to the overwhelming support from the community, the students ended up raising an incredible $10,143.28. The funds raised will go to the local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital, Nicklaus Children’s Hospital. The event had yet another connection to Nicklaus Children’s, as its director, Stephen Marante, is the son of a hospital employee, Director of Children’s Experiences, Kara Marante. A special thank you to the students at Coral Springs High School and their community for their hard work and support!