On Monday, June 5, 2017 students in all grade levels at Sierra Foothill Charter School enjoyed a morning of fun track and field related activities, including an obstacle course, high jump, relay race, sprint races, a bean bag toss, and more. Each team included students from all grade levels and a team color. Teams stayed at each station for about 20 minutes and then rotated. Students enjoyed all the fun activities organized by teacher Andrea Contreras and her seventh and eighth graders.
Kindergartener Owen Eastwood receives encouragement from teacher Erika Miranda as he makes his way through the obstacle course.
Teacher Teena Starchman participates with students including Malachi Shelton, Aidan Pierson, and Kahlil Neogy in the relay race.
Levi Evans tries his hand at the bean bag toss while his teammates look on.
Izabella Wright and Irie Jones compete in a sprint.
Eighth grader Jaden DuBois clears the high jump with ease as aide Mary Clarke looks on.
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