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Cosmetology students assist in settling bet between Pulaski Principals

Oswego County BOCES Cosmetology student Kaitlin Nicholson, a senior from Pulaski High School, was more than willing to help her principal, Jay Altobello, when she offered to dye Middle School Principal Jean Lynch’s hair pink, in her BOCES classroom, to settle a wager between the two administrators.

Kaitlin Nicholson sprays the finishing "pink touch" to Pulaski Middle School Principal Jean Lynch's hair.

Kaitlin Nicholson sprays the finishing “pink touch” to Pulaski Middle School Principal Jean Lynch’s hair.

Students at the Pulaski Middle/Senior High School collected school supplies for a down-state school district hard-hit by Hurricane Sandy and whichever school raised the most supplies, the other principal agreed to pay a cost.

For Jean Lynch, it meant pink hair. Winning Principal Jay Altobello however, being a good sport, agreed to a concession, a pink heart was sprayed onto the back of his head to show solidarity with his fellow administrator.

Upon returning to their home district, the pair went into classrooms in their building and modeled their new hairstyles.

Students and instructors in the Oswego County BOCES Cosmetology program laugh as Pulaski High School Principal Jay Altobello checks out the heart he agreed to have sprayed into his hair even though the high school was the winning school in raising school supplies for a school district devastated by Hurricane Sandy.

Students and instructors in the Oswego County BOCES Cosmetology program laugh as Pulaski High School Principal Jay Altobello checks out the heart he agreed to have sprayed into his hair even though the high school was the winning school in raising school supplies for a school district devastated by Hurricane Sandy.

 

Pulaski principals Jay Altobello, left, and Jean Lynch, center, pose with cosmetology student Kaitlin Nicholson, a senior from the Pulaski School District who took great pleasure in creating the pink hairstyles.

Pulaski principals Jay Altobello, left, and Jean Lynch, center, pose with cosmetology student Kaitlin Nicholson, a senior from the Pulaski School District who took great pleasure in creating the pink hairstyles.

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