Hundreds of middle schoolers spent their Friday taking a color run to raise some money to help buy their school the upgrades it needs.
"We have technology needs, we'd love to be able to get our gym floor redone, just really to keep up with what we're going to need, especially in the future when we start doing all of our testing," says principal George Brown.
Swope Middle School held a color run where participants got to jog the school track and get blasted with colors.
Students and over 30 parent volunteers teamed up to organize and run the jog.
The school principal says their target goal is to raise $20,000 for school improvements.
Organizers have been planning the run since last spring, when one of the school's teachers suggested that a color run could be a fun way to raise a little money to buy the school some extra upgrades.