The Beaver Brae Broncos held a pep rally yesterday to celebrate their athletes, and to help make one student in particular feel included.
Dustin Moncrief wasn't able to be at the pep rally, as he is battling a rare form of brain cancer, but he watched from a far as his fellow students celebrated their school.
Teacher Wayne Jutila delivered a message from Moncrief.
"He's received so many text messages from so many of you. Some of you he doesn't even know that well. He's super grateful, he says it's super powerful. So keep sending those messages he loves it," he said.
Moncrief also wanted to remind his fellow students to get involved.
"It's super easy to find reasons not to do things. But he said yesterday, and I think it's pretty powerful too, don't take it for granted because you never know when things may change," he said.
Over $2000 was raised by the school for Dustin Moncrief and his family in their fight against cancer.