Today students did a fitness hunt in teams of 5. It went well and the students seemed to enjoy this scavenger hunt like game. Ask your child about it!
Fitness week continued today as all classes, K-5, walked or jogged to our high school track to see how many times they could get around in the allotted time. Ask your child how many times they made it around!
Fitness week continued today as all classes went on a hike around campus. Students were allowed to run or walk based on the directions of the teachers. This was a good opportunity to discuss the benefits of walking and for our younger students to see different parts of our campus.
Ask them about their hike today in PE class!
Do you have a young soccer player in the family? Perhaps you'd like to bring them down to the Greenville soccer fields at 4:00 for a battle of league unbeatens. With only 2 games left in the season our very own Greenville Girls take on Coxsackie-Athens for sole possession of first place! Come on down and support our Lady Spartans!
Sign ups for community youth basketball are set to begin.. There will be 2 sign up sessions at the Greenville Public Library in the community room on Thursday, Oct 15th 6:30-7:30 and Monday Oct 19 from 6-7.
Grades K-2 participate in a Saturday morning clinic that teaches fundamental skills.
Grades 3-7 play both home and away games on the weekends.
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Students in Coach Bruce and Coach Kiefer's classes continue to work on football skills. Ask your child about California Football.
Fourth and fifth grade students in Coach Conrow and Coach Haller's classes continue with soccer. This will be the last week of soccer. Next week we will begin fitness centers. Same goes for Coach Bruce and Coach Kiefer.
Haller students in grades k-3 (minus Rosenberg) used the Scoops today. Each team used the Scoops and aimed for hoops on the other end of the gym. If you're not sure about what a Scoop is, ask your child to explain them to you.
Today our K-3 classes used the parachute in class! This is a "fan favorite" of many students. It was fun to watch the kindergarten classes participate. Ask them about their experience with the parachute!
Third grade students in Mrs. Rosenberg's class started lacrosse today. Our number one rule for lacrosse is that students must ALWAYS wear googles.
Dinner table chatter. They haven't been told the answer yet, perhaps some family research will discover the asnwer.
-What country has lacrosse as it's national sport?
-What Native American group is given credit for inventing the game of lacrosse?