Anne Arundel County schools participated in the Read and Hit a Homerun Reading Night at the Bowie Baysox game on Saturday at Prince George's Stadium. Students from 25 area elementary and middle schools attended the game for free as a reward for participation in a reading program.
Among the crowd were students from and School of the Incarnation in Gambrills.
Students must read four books in exchange for one free ticket to a Bowie Baysox game on a specified date. Students may participate in a parade on the field before the start of the game.
The 25 Anne Arundel County schools at the game were also joined by students from Queen Anne’s and Howard counties.
The following Anne Arundel schools participated in Saturday’s reading night.
, Severna Park
Brock Bridge Elementary School, Laurel
Brooklyn Park Elementary School, Baltimore
Hebron-Harmon Elementary School, Hanover
Jessup Elementary School, Jessup
Manor View Elementary School, Fort Meade
Meade Heights Elementary School, Fort Meade
Millersville Elementary School, Millersville
Overlook Elementary School, Linthicum
Pasadena Elementary School, Pasadena
Pershing Hill Elementary School, Fort Meade
Point Pleasant Elementary School, Glen Burnie
Richard Henry Lee Elementary School, Glen Burnie
Rippling Woods Elementary School, Glen Burnie
School of the Incarnation, Gambrills
South Shore Elementary School, Crownsville
St. John the Evangelist, Severna Park
West Meade Early Education Center, Fort Meade
Crofton Middle School, Crofton
Meade Middle School, Fort Meade
Old Mill Middle School South, Millersville
, Severna Park
Unitas Classical Christian Co-Op, Davidsonville
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