Carlisle principal gets dunked for a good cause


Colton Butterworth, a first-grader, dunks his principal, Renae Schwartz, at Carlisle Elementary’s “Celebration Day” on Friday. Students were challenged by the PTO to read 75,000 hours in one week and Schwartz said the students read 77,000. As a reward, Schwartz offered herself up to be put in a dunking booth. Students and staff dunked Schwartz into the water more than a dozen times before the celebration concluded.

Colton Butterworth, a first-grader, dunks his principal, Renae Schwartz, at Carlisle Elementary’s “Celebration Day” on Friday. Students were challenged by the PTO to read 75,000 hours in one week and Schwartz said the students read 77,000. As a reward, Schwartz offered herself up to be put in a dunking booth. Students and staff dunked Schwartz into the water more than a dozen times before the celebration concluded.


Colton Butterworth, a first-grader, dunks his principal, Renae Schwartz, at Carlisle Elementary’s “Celebration Day” on Friday. Students were challenged by the PTO to read 75,000 hours in one week and Schwartz said the students read 77,000. As a reward, Schwartz offered herself up to be put in a dunking booth. Students and staff dunked Schwartz into the water more than a dozen times before the celebration concluded.

Colton Butterworth, a first-grader, dunks his principal, Renae Schwartz, at Carlisle Elementary’s “Celebration Day” on Friday. Students were challenged by the PTO to read 75,000 hours in one week and Schwartz said the students read 77,000. As a reward, Schwartz offered herself up to be put in a dunking booth. Students and staff dunked Schwartz into the water more than a dozen times before the celebration concluded.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2015/11/web1_DSC_0469.jpgColton Butterworth, a first-grader, dunks his principal, Renae Schwartz, at Carlisle Elementary’s “Celebration Day” on Friday. Students were challenged by the PTO to read 75,000 hours in one week and Schwartz said the students read 77,000. As a reward, Schwartz offered herself up to be put in a dunking booth. Students and staff dunked Schwartz into the water more than a dozen times before the celebration concluded.