Carpenter Reads is a PTO-sponsored program that gives away 3 books to each Carpenter student every year. Today, it got a donation from an unusual source: the weekly bagel sale, held in Marilyn Freeman’s fourth grade class.
The students gave the money, in the form of cold, hard cash, to the parents who run Carpenter Reads at an assembly today.
The fourth graders sell 21 dozen bagels every Friday morning, said Mrs. Freeman. All students play a role in the business, whether they’re working the cash register or cleaning up. The bagels are purchased wholesale from Barry’s Bagels, which also delivers the bagels to the school for free.
Mrs. Freeman says the sale, which has taken place every Friday for at least 12 years, usually nets $2,000 to $3,000 each school year. The money is donated to the school to support field trips.
Best teacher in the school district..
Thanks for all of your hard work Mrs. Freeman!
One of the most dedicated educators I know! Thanks for all you do, Lyn!
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