Silly string and pig kissing

Students at Santa Rosa Technology Magnet School in Camarillo had some fun last week watching their principal kiss a pig and the dean of students sprayed by silly string. Principal Thomas Holtke kissed two pigs because of goals reached during their jog-a-thon and Dean of Students Kelly Borchard was covered in silly string goals reached during the Toys for Tots drive last month. Photos by Michael Coons/Acorn Newspapers

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers Kelly Borchard, dean of students at Santa Rosa Technology Magnet School, is sprayed with silly string by leadership students as a reward on Jan. 16 following a successful Toys for Tots toy drive last month.

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Kelly Borchard, dean of students at Santa Rosa Technology Magnet School, is sprayed with silly string by leadership students as a reward on Jan. 16 following a successful Toys for Tots toy drive last month.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers Wilbur, a 7-month-old Juliana Pig, is walked to the front of the stage during a school assembly at Santa Rosa Technology Magnet School in Camarillo on Jan. 16. Wilbur was one of two pigs that received a kiss from Principal Thomas Holtke and teacher Paul Missan for goals reached during the Jog-a-Thon fundraiser last year.

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Wilbur, a 7-month-old Juliana Pig, is walked to the front of the stage during a school assembly at Santa Rosa Technology Magnet School in Camarillo on Jan. 16. Wilbur was one of two pigs that received a kiss from Principal Thomas Holtke and teacher Paul Missan for goals reached during the Jog-a-Thon fundraiser last year.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers Thomas Holtke, principal at Santa Rosa Technology Magnet School, reacts after Chloe the pig squeals during a school assembly at Santa Rosa Technology Magnet School in Camarillo on Jan. 16. Chloe was one of two pigs that received a kiss from Principal Thomas Holtke and teacher Paul Missan for goals reached during the Jog-a-Thon fundraiser last year.

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Thomas Holtke, principal at Santa Rosa Technology Magnet School, reacts after Chloe the pig squeals during a school assembly at Santa Rosa Technology Magnet School in Camarillo on Jan. 16. Chloe was one of two pigs that received a kiss from Principal Thomas Holtke and teacher Paul Missan for goals reached during the Jog-a-Thon fundraiser last year.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers Leadership students Marlee DeAnda, left, Ashley Adkins and Jessica Shiflett watch as Principal Holtke kisses a pig at Santa Rosa Technology Magnet School in Camarillo on Jan. 16.

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Leadership students Marlee DeAnda, left, Ashley Adkins and Jessica Shiflett watch as Principal Holtke kisses a pig at Santa Rosa Technology Magnet School in Camarillo on Jan. 16.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers Thomas Holtke, principal at Santa Rosa Technology Magnet School, prepares to kiss a pig by putting on lipstick on at the Camarillo school on Jan. 16.

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Thomas Holtke, principal at Santa Rosa Technology Magnet School, prepares to kiss a pig by putting on lipstick on at the Camarillo school on Jan. 16.

MICHAEL COONS/Acorn Newspapers Thomas Holtke, principal at Santa Rosa Technology Magnet School, kisses Chloe the pig on Jan. 16 in Camarillo. Chloe was one of two pigs that received a kiss from Holtke and teacher Paul Missan for goals reached during the Jog-a-Thon fundraiser last year.

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Thomas Holtke, principal at Santa Rosa Technology Magnet School, kisses Chloe the pig on Jan. 16 in Camarillo. Chloe was one of two pigs that received a kiss from Holtke and teacher Paul Missan for goals reached during the Jog-a-Thon fundraiser last year.

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