August 29, 2015

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Medina middle schoolers begin the Bike to School Challenge on Monday

Students from A.I. Root and Claggett middle schools are invited to take part in the annual Bike to School Challenge, which lasts through May 16. For every day they ride to school, students gain tickets in a drawing to win prizes including two new Raleigh bicycles. Almost 100 students biked to school Monday morning.

A.I. Root Middle School students, from left, Kyra Papp, Casey Coughlin and Ben Prock ride their bikes to school Monday morning on the first day of the challenge. (NICK GLUNT / GAZETTE)

A.I. Root Middle School students, from left, Kyra Papp, Casey Coughlin and Ben Prock ride their bikes to school Monday morning on the first day of the challenge. (NICK GLUNT / GAZETTE)

A.I. Root eighth-graders, from left, Savannah Sowa, Sabrina Sowa, Elizabeth Judy and Crosbee Lisser pose for a photo outside the school after biking there. (NICK GLUNT / GAZETTE)

A.I. Root eighth-graders, from left, Savannah Sowa, Sabrina Sowa, Elizabeth Judy and Crosbee Lisser pose for a photo outside the school after biking there. (NICK GLUNT / GAZETTE)

A.I. Root Middle School eighth-grader Chayton Paulson pedals to school Monday morning. (NICK GLUNT / GAZETTE)

A.I. Root Middle School eighth-grader Chayton Paulson pedals to school Monday morning. (NICK GLUNT / GAZETTE)


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Nick Glunt primarily covers courts and crime in Medina County. He has been with The Gazette since September 2012 and also serves as the newspaper's web editor. Contact him at (330) 721-4048 or via email at nglunt@medina-gazette.com.