Maryland State Comptroller Peter Franchot presented the Silver Hammer Award to Cranberry Station Elementary School on Monday, September 12, 2016, in recognition of extraordinary facility maintenance. The school received a superior 97% rating on the most recent state inspection, and inspectors indicated that the school’s maintenance efforts and building physical conditions are commendable. Comptroller Franchot, who serves as a member of the Maryland Board of Public Works, created the Silver Hammer Award in 2010 to ensure that Maryland recognizes schools demonstrating fiscal prudence through superior facility maintenance. The award honors schools that go above and beyond to keep children safe in well-maintained older buildings and to ensure that they have the same positive learning experience as their counterparts in newer schools. The Comptroller presents the Silver Hammer Award to school custodians for their work and their principals for supporting that work on behalf of Maryland taxpayers. Cranberry Station’s award was received by Pamela Meyers, principal; Mary Gouker, assistant principal; Charles Brown, building supervisor; and Norma Wriston, school custodian.

Date Created: 09/15/2016

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