Catrina Grosz, a teacher at Glenwood Elementary School, treated the school's students to a unique experience Friday.
As part of Glenwood Elementary School's Caterpillar Crawl Reading Challenge, a program that encourages students to read on their own at home, teacher Sarah Schoenwaelder put on goggles and a rain poncho and let the three students who read the most during the challenge cover her with sundae toppings Friday, May 25. The human sundae spectacular is organized by Glenwood teacher Catrina Grosz. Last spring, Patch shot a video and put together this photo gallery.
The event capped off the school's reading campaign.
Students at Glenwood Elementary School enjoyed watching two of their teachers being made into sundaes Thursday afternoon. As part of the school’s Caterpillar Crawl Reading Challenge, a program that encourages students to read on their own at home, teachers Catrina Grosz and Julie Eisenhauer put on goggles and rain ponchos and let the three students who read the most during the challenge cover them with sundae toppings. (Be sure to watch the attached video!) The “Sundae Ceremony” was the culminating event that celebrated and drew attention to the importance of reading at home. The students read at home, filled out a record sheet and had it signed by a parent. The students then turn in completed reading sheets to their teacher. For every …