Clovis North peer counseling advisor Colleen Souza isn't messing around.
"Why go the whole way? Because I have a choice and I can. So I'm going to do it, so I can make a difference for those who don't," Souza said right before she shaved her entire head.
Neither is Granite Ridge 8th grader Tayler Larsen.
"You can donate, but if you shave your head, people ask and then you get so many more donations that way," she said.
For freshman Hunter Winslow and senior Michael Silvas, it's personal.
"My aunt was diagnosed (with cancer)," Winslow said.
"My cousin died of cancer last year and she was four," Silvas said.
More than 100 Clovis North and Granite Ridge middle school students let go of their locks to support the St. Baldrick's foundation.