Craig High School students to donate over $15,000 to local family of 4-year-old with cancer

Students at Craig High School will present a check for over $15,000 to the family of a local 4-year-old boy with cancer.

Isaac Johnson is in the hospital receiving treatment for his Neuroblastoma, but his family will accept the gift on his behalf during the warmups of Craig’s basketball game Saturday night versus Middleton.

Last month, the school held a pep rally assembly for Isaac to announce they hit the $10,000 mark in their fundraising.

Janesville police officer Justin Stubbendick originally connected the Johnson family to student leaders at Craig, who made his cause their senior gift.

Issac’s favorite superhero, Batman, was at his January rally, and other local celebrities are expected to attend Saturday night’s ceremony.

The game tips off at 7:15.

You can find out more information on the Isaac Strong Facebook page, and you can donate to the family on their Go Fund Me page.