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Once again this year, the BW English Department challenged the freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior classes to each read ONE MILLION PAGES of pleasure reading during the school year.  With the first half of the year wrapped, how are our four classes doing?

At the end of the fourth triad, the FRESHMAN CLASS holds a commanding lead, with 985,637 pages of pleasure reading—fewer than 15,000 pages from the goal!  The freshmen read 267,041 pages in the fourth triad, an average of 534 pages per freshman.  These freshman classes read the most pages per student in the fourth triad:

Ms. Thurnau—third hour:  1375 pages per student

Ms. Ursani—sixth hour:  1031 pages per student

Mrs. Hunter—first hour:  986 pages per student

Ms. Thurnau—first hour:  924 pages per student

Ms. Thurnua—second hour:  895 pages per student

Mrs. Hunter—second hour:  726 pages per student

Ms. Guebert—sixth hour:  720 pages per student

Mrs. Story—second hour:  602 pages per student

Ms. Thurnau—sixth hour:  528 pages per student

The SOPHOMORE CLASS is currently in second place, with 666,024 pages of pleasure reading.  The sophomores read 182,131 pages of pleasure reading in the fourth triad, an average of 335 pages per sophomore.  (This was the best triad for the sophomores this year!)  These sophomore classes read the most pages per student in the fourth triad:

Ms. Schloesser—first hour:  1371 pages per student

Ms. Ursani—second hour:  575 pages per student

Ms. Schloesser—sixth hour:  563 pages per student

Ms. Ursani—first hour:  514 pages per student

Mr. Johnson—fourth hour:  458 pages per student

At the end of the fourth triad, the SENIOR CLASS has slipped to third place, with 658,575 pages of pleasure reading.  The seniors read 159,047 pages of pleasure reading in the fourth triad, an average of 373 pages per senior.  These senior classes read the most pages per student in the fourth triad:

Mr. Lodle—fifth hour:  1166 pages per student

Ms. Ursani—fifth hour:  828 pages per student

Mr. Lodle—sixth hour:  683 pages per student

Mrs. Lewis—fourth hour:  499 pages per student

Mrs. Lewis—second hour:  464 pages per student

The JUNIOR CLASS is at the back of the pack but closing the gap, with 631,765 pages of pleasure reading.  The juniors read 175,098 pages in the fourth triad, their best triad so far, with an average of 415 pages per junior.  These junior classes read the most pages per student in the fourth triad:

Mr. Brunner—second hour:  859 pages per student

Ms. Guebert—seventh hour:  629 pages per student

Mr. Brunner—first hour:  625 pages per student

Mr. Schobert—sixth hour:  600 pages per student

Ms. Guebert—second hour:  509 pages per student

Mr. Garland—sixth hour:  504 pages per student

Ms. Chalmers—seventh hour:  462 pages per student

The teachers in the ENGLISH DEPARTMENT read 19,998 pages in the fourth triad, their best triad of the year, with an average of 1000 pages per English teacher.

Just how many pages can the freshman class read before the end of the year?  Will the seniors or the sophomores claim second place?  Can the juniors close the gap?  Visit the library, find some good books, and keep reading!

 

 

 

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