First-grader Cooper Cissne smears a cream pie on the face of his mother, Diana Cissne, the principal at Maya Angelou Elementary School in Pasco, during their end of year assembly Friday. Students there earn school currency, called “Maya Cares Bucks,” during the year for being good citizens. Cooper spent $1,000 of his school bankroll for the opportunity to wield the pie. Watch a video at tricityherald.com/video
First-grader Cooper Cissne smears a cream pie on the face of his mother, Diana Cissne, the principal at Maya Angelou Elementary School in Pasco, during their end of year assembly Friday. Students there earn school currency, called “Maya Cares Bucks,” during the year for being good citizens. Cooper spent $1,000 of his school bankroll for the opportunity to wield the pie. Watch a video at tricityherald.com/video Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
First-grader Cooper Cissne smears a cream pie on the face of his mother, Diana Cissne, the principal at Maya Angelou Elementary School in Pasco, during their end of year assembly Friday. Students there earn school currency, called “Maya Cares Bucks,” during the year for being good citizens. Cooper spent $1,000 of his school bankroll for the opportunity to wield the pie. Watch a video at tricityherald.com/video Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

Maya Angelou student smears cream pie on principal’s face — love you mom

June 16, 2017 05:23 PM