Sacred Heart of Jesus School held its first Tiger Trail run Friday on the school campus, raising $13,000.
Students in prekindergarten through eighth grade participated in the event sponsored by the Sacred Heart of Jesus Home and School Association.
Students walked or ran the trail for 30 minutes.
Sacred Heart parents Catharine McKay and Katie Cheatham co-chaired the event.
Students recognized for collecting the most money from their individual sponsors were third-grader Daniel Manchester, first place; fourth-grader Isabella Rawlinson and second-grader Graysen Rawlinson, tied for second place; and sixth-grader Jemma Wood and first-grader Rich Akin, tied for third place.
The class raising the most money was Jennifer Williams’ first-grade class, followed by Kendra Charbonnet’s first-grade class and Kyla Lewis’ fourth-grade class.