Ron Celio, principal at Wyman School, seemed quite at home with an albino Burmese Python, and the snake seemed content with him, Friday as the two gathered on the steps of the school to celebrate another successful drive to raise funds for the Leukemia Society through its Pennies for Patients drive. Since 2004, the school drive has raised more than $15,000. And in keeping with a challenge initiated by the late Principal Judith Daniel, at the completion of the drive, the principal kisses a reptile. It started off with an alligator and transitioned to a tortoise and then to snakes. This year, the school raised more than $1,200 in Pennies for Patients.