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North Davis narrowly tops Willett in biking challenge
bike1W Alexandra and Makayla Lasswell, with their dad James, arrive at Willett Elementary School on Thursday after pedaling from Woodland. They make the trip — which takes “one hour and 16 minutes,” Alexandra says — at least once a week. Sue Cockrell/Enterprise photo
Willett Elementary School Principal Heidi Perry was scheduled to take a plunge in the dunk tank Wednesday, courtesy of students at North Davis Elementary School, who came out on top in a biking competition between the two schools.

In an effort to increase the number of students biking or walking to school during May, Perry and North Davis Principal Ramon Cusi agreed to a friendly competition in which the school that produced the most trips to school by biking or walking during a three-week period would get to dunk the other school's principal.

Posters and fliers went up at both school sites early in May, including a giant "Dunk Ms. Perry" banner at North Davis and multiple "Dunk Dr. Cusi" fliers at Willett.

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