Apex Learning Lab coordinator Pat Krider and Family and Consumer Science teacher Joanna Connors both conducted fundraisers at the school in clown outfits.
Krider dressed as Pitter Patter The Clown.
Krider elected to offer students, faculty and staff the opportunity to have their picture taken with her alter ego.
For only $3, all would receive the photograph and a "good laugh."
She conducted the event from 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. All proceeds she collected were to be given to Relay For Life of Clay County.
Krider said she collected approximately $50 through the fundraiser.
She created a sign for the event which stated, "Tickets to the Shrine Circus -- $25; Airfare and tickets to Barnam and Bailey Circus -- $700; Airfare and tickets to Disney World -- $1,500; A picture with Pitter Patter the Clown -- Priceless."
"It's fun," Krider said Monday as she walked through the Apex classroom.
Connors also challenged students, faculty and staff with a fundraiser Monday.
Connors also dressed as a clown for the event, but wasn't sure of a name at first.
She said students called her a "Clown-in-Training," but she settled for Jo-Jo The Clown.
Connors said she asked students to pay $1 to dress up for Halloween. All proceeds collected were to go to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
"Many gave even though they didn't wear a costume," Connors said. "We thought about doing this a week ago."
"I just jumped on the bandwagon after that," Krider added. "Well, actually the circus wagon."
Connors said her Interpersonal Relationship Class came up with the idea, which was eventually called, "Costume For The Cure."
"The kids had a real good time planning it," Connors said. "They were so excited about making a difference in people's lives."
"Costume For The Cure," eventually raised approximately $250.