Dempsey Middle School principal gets a tasty makeover


Julie German, principal at Delaware’s Dempsey Middle School, prepares to have her head covered in whipped cream by student Macie Levings at a pep rally Friday afternoon after her head was covered with ice cream and chocolate sauce. German, along with the current assistant principal, Daniel Bartha, were made into “human sundaes” Friday afternoon as a reward for students completing testing and making donations to cancer research.

Julie German, principal at Delaware’s Dempsey Middle School, prepares to have her head covered in whipped cream by student Macie Levings at a pep rally Friday afternoon after her head was covered with ice cream and chocolate sauce. German, along with the current assistant principal, Daniel Bartha, were made into “human sundaes” Friday afternoon as a reward for students completing testing and making donations to cancer research.


Glenn Battishill | The Gazette

Julie German, principal at Delaware’s Dempsey Middle School, prepares to have her head covered in whipped cream by student Macie Levings at a pep rally Friday afternoon after her head was covered with ice cream and chocolate sauce. German, along with the current assistant principal, Daniel Bartha, were made into “human sundaes” Friday afternoon as a reward for students completing testing and making donations to cancer research.

Julie German, principal at Delaware’s Dempsey Middle School, prepares to have her head covered in whipped cream by student Macie Levings at a pep rally Friday afternoon after her head was covered with ice cream and chocolate sauce. German, along with the current assistant principal, Daniel Bartha, were made into “human sundaes” Friday afternoon as a reward for students completing testing and making donations to cancer research.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2016/04/web1_Dempsey-assembly.jpgJulie German, principal at Delaware’s Dempsey Middle School, prepares to have her head covered in whipped cream by student Macie Levings at a pep rally Friday afternoon after her head was covered with ice cream and chocolate sauce. German, along with the current assistant principal, Daniel Bartha, were made into “human sundaes” Friday afternoon as a reward for students completing testing and making donations to cancer research. Glenn Battishill | The Gazette