Chatsworth pupils win chance to douse officials...


September 19, 2000

Chatsworth pupils win chance to douse officials

REISTERSTOWN - Chats-worth Elementary School pupils, who collectively read more than 2,500 books during the school's annual Summer Reading Challenge, will get their reward Thursday: a chance to douse media specialist Nancy Braverman and Assistant Principal Jim Thompson.

Pupils who turned in a summer reading log can take turns at the 'Fun Flush" booth, where Brayerman or Thompson will be splashed with water.

Braverman said more than 200 pupils took part in this year's summer reading challenge.

Gunpowder Elementary leads library reading club

TOWSON - Gunpowder Elementary School boasted the highest percentage of pupils taking part in the Baltimore County Public Library's Summer Reading Club this year, the second year in a row the school come out on top in the competition.

Gunpowder boasted 62.7 percent of pupils participating in the contest.

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