Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Rationale for Physical Fitness Testing

The Presidential Challenge includes five events that measure muscular strength/endurance, cardiorespiratory endurance, speed, agility, and flexibility.  Students will be tested three times in the following tests: Curl-ups, Endurance run, Right Angle Push-ups, Shuttle Run, and Sit and Reach.

                First test-Curl-ups
                The objective is to measure the abdominal strength/endurance by maximum number of curl-ups performed in one minute. Students will have a partner hold his/her feet. Arms are crossed with hands placed on opposite shoulder and elbows held close to chest. Students will raise the trunk up to touch the outside of forearms and elbows to thighs and then lowers the back to the floor so that shoulder blades touch the floor. Bouncing off the floor is not performed and curl-ups should only be counted if performed correctly.

                Second test- Shuttle Run
                The objective is to measure speed and agility. Students will stand behind a designated line. 30 feet away from them will be two erasers, side by side. On signal, students will sprint to first eraser, pick one up and place (not throw) the eraser on the starting line. Then, the student sprints to pick up the second eraser and runs back across the starting line (Do not set eraser down on line. Run all the way through starting line.)

                Third test- Endurance Run
                The objective is to measure heart/lung endurance by fastest time covering a one mile, half mile, or quarter mile distance. For 4th, 5th and 6th graders, they will be completing the one mile distance, for 2nd graders, they will be completing the half mile distance, and for the 1st graders, they will be completing the quarter mile distance. I don't have 3rd grade.

                Fourth test- Right angle push ups
                The objective is to measure upper body strength/endurance by maximum number of push-ups completed. The student starts in push-up position with hands under shoulders, arm straight and fingers pointed forward. Legs should be straight with the toes supporting the feet. Keeping the back and knees straight, the student them lowers the body until there is a 90 degree angle formed at the elbows. The push ups are done so that a complete push up is done every three seconds until the student can do no more. The student may not lower him/her self and lay down on the floor in between push-ups.

                Fifth test- Sit and Reach
                The objective is to measure flexibility of lower back and hamstrings. A specially constructed box with a measuring scale marked in centimeters, with 23 centimeters at the level of the feet will be used. Student will remove his/her shoes and sit on the floor with knees fully extended, feet shoulder-width apart and soles of the feet held flat against the end of the box. With hands on top of each other, palms down, and legs held flat, the student reaches along the measuring line as far as possible. After three practice reaches, the fourth reach is held while the distance is recorded.

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Monday, December 6, 2010

A semester in review

Wow, it's hard to believe it is almost Christmas break. The kids make me forget that teaching is my job. It is such a pleasure and a privilege to be your child's Physical Education teacher. Northwestern Elementary is a great place to learn lessons in the Physical, Social, and Emotional realms. I thought I would take the time to recap what the kiddos have done for the first half of the year in words and pictures.

Week 1- Introduction games, Class procedure, Name games
Week 2,3, and 4- Presidential fitness testing: Sit-ups, Push-ups, Sit and Reach, Shuttle Run, and Endurance Run
Week 5- Game Week: Bean Bag Bonanza, Pac Man Tag, Free choice game day
Week 6- Soccer skills- Individual dribbling, Partner dribbling, Dribble relays, Soccer passing and kicking into goals
Week 7- Line Soccer, Pin Soccer, Soccer Game
Week 8- Fitness Stations, Matball, Barker's Hoopla
Week 9- Parachute skills, choreographed routines, and games
Week 10- Frisbee golf, Aviator, One two
Week 11- 3 min. running quiz, free choice day (Fall Break Week)
Week 12- Indian Pinball, Battleship
Week 13- Volleyball skills and stations- Ready position, Forearm pass, Set, Serve
Week 14- Upper Elementary did Newcomb (Modified volleyball) Lower Elementary did skill work, Barker's Hoopla
Week 15- Indian Pinball, 5 min. running quiz (Thanksgiving break)
Week 16- Curl up test, Push up test, Fitness station work
Week 17(current week)- Shuttle run test, Sit and reach test, Fitness station work
Week 18- (will be) Endurance Run and make-up tests, Games
Week 19-(will be) Free choice day (Christmas break start)

                   

                  

                  
                   

                   

                   

                   

Friday, November 19, 2010

Exercises we do at the beginning of class

Let the kiddos show you a variety of exercises we do at the beginning of each class to get warmed up. 

                                                        Students performing jumping jacks

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Students doing line jumps

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Mountain climber time

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Sit-Ups


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Cardio Endurance Run
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Volleyball unit in pictures

The past two weeks have been filled with volleyball skill work and games. Students learned how to bump, set, and serve the ball. Games included Keep it up, Serve a Rama, and Newcomb.  Here are a few pictures and videos to show what we did in class!!

Mrs. Miller











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Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Holiday Trimmings

If you are interested in keeping or getting in shape over the holiday season, call 457-4447 to get signed up for the YMCA's Holiday Trimmings program.



Monday, November 8, 2010

Pin Ball and Battleship

Last week, students participated in two games that worked on hand-eye coordination, team work, and strategy.


The first game is called Pin Ball

The object of the game is to roll or toss the playground ball to the other side of the gym, knocking down the other teams’ pins.

1.       Divide the class in half and have the students line up at each end of the basketball court.
2.       Give the cue: Ready, Go and students will run to get a playground ball to throw at the other teams’ pins. They may not cross the middle line to get a playground ball.
3.       When one team knocks the other team’s pins down, the game is over
4.       Have the students set up the pins, put the playground balls up and go back to the baseline to play again.

Rules:
1.       No kicking the playground ball or you will walk around the track instead of playing the game that round.
2.       No crossing the middle line.
3.       No guarding the pins
4.       If you knock down a pin accidently on your side, it must stay down.

The second game is called battleship.


The object of the game is to sink everyone’s battleship before your own battleship is sunk. Ships are sunk when all their pins, lined up on the corners of the ship, are knocked down.
Students must stay on their mat (battleship) unless they are the team’s dolphin, in which case they are retrieving balls (cannons) and throwing them to their team mates to throw at the pins. This game is very fast paced and games only last 1-3 minutes.
New dolphins are selected each time and strategy time is given to teams to discuss ways to protect their battleship while trying to sink others ships.





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Friday, October 22, 2010

Frisbee Golf (Frolf)

Students participated eagerly in an activity that many had not done before. Frisbee Golf or Disc Golf is a really fun game, and Highland Park has a disc golf course that many in our community use. I set up a course through out the field house and students learned the vocab terms: tee shot, lie, throwing order, and completion of a hole. A link to further explain the idea of Frisbee golf is below. We had to modify some of the rules and equipment due to what we had available, but the kids got the concept and had a great time. :-) http://www.discgolfassoc.com/education/history-of-discgolf.html



Name______________________________
Hole 1 Score _____Hole 6 Score _____
Hole 2 Score _____Hole 7 Score _____
Hole 3 Score _____Hole 8 Score _____
Hole 4 Score _____Hole 9 Score _____
Hole 5 Score _____Hole 10 Score_____
Total Score _______

Friday, October 15, 2010

Parachute Activities

This week in Physical Education, students had the opportunity to use the colorful parachute. The parachute is a great tool used to enhance children's social skills, personal behavior, perceptual and physical skills, and basic motor skills. It also helps kids develop balance, coordination, flexibility and muscle tone. It has been such a great way to promote cooperative group play. Some things that we did with the parachute were:
1. Choreographed routines to music
2. Domes
3. Climbed up the mountain
4. Shake the parachute at different levels
5. Pulled the parachute back to create resistance
6. Sit-Ups using the parachute
7. Switch places with another person under the parachute
8. Tossed beanies, balls up in the air
9. Make a mushroom with the parachute and let it float in the air

Station Work

Last week in Physical Education, students were able to participate in 20 different types of exercise stations. You can have your child practice these at home. Ask him/her to show you the following exercises:
1. Push Ups
2. High Knee Running in place
3. Jumping Jacks
4. Jump Rope
5. Squats
6. Log Roll
7. Planks
8. Bicycle Sit-Ups
9. Jogging
10. Toe Raises
11. Scuba Steves
12. Seat Kickers
13. Leg Lifts
14. Step Ups
15. Scooters
16. Superman/Superwoman
17. Medicine Ball side throw
18 Stretching
19. Basketball
20. Drink stations- hydrate

Each station can be done for 30 sec. to 1 minute and repeat as many times as you want. Maybe the entire family could try it out!

Mrs. Miller

Tuesday, September 28, 2010

Indoor Tennis Opportunity

Howard County Indoor Tennis Center

Are you looking for a fun way to get your family involved in fitness. One opportunity for winter exercise is to sign up for classes or private lessons at the HCITC. The tennis center is located at the 4-H fairgrounds and class costs are reasonable. There are opportunities for adults and children. I coach the Girls and Boys high school teams at Northwestern, and I would love to see students starting out with tennis at a younger age. Call 765-628-2105 for any questions you have!

It is time for the next session of the tennis center to start. With the ending of the boys high school season and the middle school season, classes will be filling up. Sign up soon by calling 765-628-2105.

If you are interested in getting signed up for classes at the HCITC, follow the link below to see what class you should sign up for.
http://www.hcitc.net/programs.html

For information on the rates and fees at the Howard County Indoor Tennis Center, follow the link below:

http://www.hcitc.net/ratesAndFees.html

To meet the staff of the HCITC, check out the following link:

http://www.hcitc.net/staff.html

FREE DAY REWARD

On Monday September 27, students enjoyed a free day, full of choices and opportunities to exercise. Students earned this free day by having 8 days of P.E. where the class had excellent attitudes, behavior, and effort. Every day that this good behavior occurred, the class received a sticker on their sticker chart. Yesterday, their hard work was rewarded. Ask your child what he/she did during free time.

On a similar note; effort, attitude, behavior, being prepared, and skills tests are the components I use to grade students in Physical Education. Every student should strive to do his or her personal best in class, with a great attitude. Each student should come prepared with proper P.E. attire and shoes. Your child's grade will reflect these components. Thank you for being an ally in your child's journey toward a healthy lifestyle!

Mrs. Miller

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Tiger Pin Soccer

September 22, 2010

Ask your student how to play Tiger Pin Soccer

Mrs. Miller

Presidential Fitness Challenge scores are in*~

Mrs. Miller’s Physical Education class
Presidential Fitness Testing- 1st time of the year

Presidential level is the highest test level you can achieve. National level is the second highest. I hope all students will be motivated to achieve the highest level they can throughout the year. We will be retesting in December and again in the spring. Students will have the opportunity to improve!
5th graders who tested at the Presidential level on all 5 events
-         Sarah Bilodeau
-         Morgan Mercer

6th graders who tested at the Presidential level on all 5 events
-         Noah Dowden

1st graders who tested at the National level or higher on all 5 events
-         Peyton Stahl
-         Cole Wise
-         Garrett Myers

4th graders who tested at the National level or higher on all 5 events
-         Cameron Austin
-         Sasha Jocius
-         Lana Lupini

5th graders who tested at the National level or higher on all 5 events
-         Carleigh Fieldhouse
-         Emily Martin
-         Megan Osman
-         Lilli Pine
-         Justin Ballinger
-         Evan Cardwell

6th graders who tested at the National level or higher on all 5 events
-         Lauren Wyrick
-         Kelcie Blacklidge
-         Thomas Crocker
-         Connor Haines
-         Abby Russell


1st graders who tested at the Presidential level on the Sit and Reach test
Makayla Braden
Devon Eads
Emma Warner
Peyton Stahl
Zeb Williams
Madilyn Calloway
Joshua Hawkins
Macie Lansdeadel
Olivia Oyler
Jace Jackson
Hannah Rayn

1st graders who tested at the Presidential level on the Shuttle Run test
Peyton Stahl
Leah Carter

1st graders who tested at the Presidential level on the Sit up test
Emma Warner
Eli Edwards
Chandler Hord
Peyton Stahl
Julion Creason
Joshua Hawkins
Sherman Jackson
Elijah Minor
Garrett Myers
Toni Wilson
Nevan Ferguson
Wes Miller
Nick Morgan



1st graders who tested at the Presidential level on the Push up test
Callen Bennett
Makayla Braden
Emily Hunt
Joshua James
Christopher Lanseadel
Ava Reynolds
Austin Robinson
Athynn Smith
Emma Warner
Eli Edwards
Audrey Koetter
Peyton Stahl
Alainey Van Noy
Makenzee Westbrook
Zeb Williams
Cole Wise
Julion Creason
Joshua Hawkins
Elijah Minor
Cole Boruff
Leah Carter
Mariah Hodson
Jace Jackson
Wes Miller
Nick Morgan
Hannah Rayn

1st graders who tested at the Presidential level on the Endurance Run test
Wes Miller



2nd graders who tested at the Presidential level on the Sit and Reach test
Aidan Alter
Brianna Bolen
Mackenzie Hodupp
Seth Hrabos
Ashlyn Johnson
Merideth Webster
Kayleigh Wiley

2nd graders who tested at the Presidential level on the Shuttle Run test

2nd graders who tested at the Presidential level on the Sit up test
Brianna Bolen
Caraline Brandt
Mason Harrel
Seth Hrabos
Thomas Lunsford
Meredith Webster

2nd graders who tested at the Presidential level on the Push up test
Kolby Ahnert
Brianna Bolen
Olivia Saxton
Meredith Webster

2nd graders who tested at the Presidential level on the Endurance Run test

4th graders who tested at the Presidential level on the Sit and Reach test
Baylee Martin
Kaylee Watson
Taylor Bentzler
Sasha Jocius
Lana Lupini
James Roe
Ashely Gaines
Levi Hrabos
Maycee Johnson
Trinidie Mossholder
Allison Miller

4th graders who tested at the Presidential level on the Shuttle Run test
Madison Miller
Macy Riley
Kaylee Watson
Cameron Austin
Sasha Jocius
Jaimy Lalonde
Skyler Longfellow
Levi Hrabos
Kaitlyn Neher
Kaitlyn Perry
Adam Farouki
Ben Harris
Brayden Maple
Garrett Wiley

4th graders who tested at the Presidential level on the Sit up test
Eli Tice
Cameron Austin
Larry Batt
Lana Lupini
Conner Landseadel
Kaitlyn Neher
Kaitlin Perry
Taylor Boruff
Justice Martin

4th graders who tested at the Presidential level on the Push up test
Rylund Marks
Cameron Austin

4th graders who tested at the Presidential level on the Endurance Run test
Sasha Jocius
Sophia Yager-Motl
Conner Landseadel
Tanner Pipenger
Taylor Boruff
Adam Farouki
Garrett Wiley

5th graders who tested at the Presidential level on the Sit and Reach test
Sarah Bilodeau
Mackenzie Fraker
Joseph Lupini
Morgan Mercer
Megan Osman
Lilli Pine
Cameron Taylor
Kylee Beall
Evan Cardwell
Tori Carter
Nathanael Fivecoate
Noah Hamrick
Gabe Phillips
Will Stonestreet

5th graders who tested at the Presidential level on the Shuttle Run test
Sarah Bilodeau
Morgan Mercer
Evan Cardwell
CJ Closson

5th graders who tested at the Presidential level on the Sit up test
Sarah Bilodeau
Morgan Mercer
Lilli Pine
Tori Carter
Parker McKinley
Khloe Turner

5th graders who tested at the Presidential level on the Push up test
Sarah Bilodeau
Carleigh Fieldhouse
Morgan Mercer
Megan Osman
Justin Ballinger
Abby Kirby

5th graders who tested at the Presidential level on the Endurance Run test
Sarah Bilodeau
Emily Martin
Morgan Mercer
Cameron Taylor
CJ Closson
Gabe Phillips

6th graders who tested at the Presidential level on the Sit and Reach test
Charlie Devaul
Noah Dowden
Dakota Simons
Lauryn Wyrick
Kelcie Blacklidge
Connor Haines
Abby Russell
Presley Stroud



6th graders who tested at the Presidential level on the Shuttle Run test
Noah Dowden
Taylor Hunt
Trey Richmond
Lauryn Wyrick
Peyton Hawk
AJ Henderson
Devyn Johnson

6th graders who tested at the Presidential level on the Sit up test
Noah Dowden
Lauryn Wyrick
Kelcie Blacklidge
Thomas Crocker
Kaytlin Jarvis-Meek
Devyn Johnson

6th graders who tested at the Presidential level on the Push up test
Noah Dowden
Kelcie Blacklidge
Thomas Crocker
Connor Haines
Peyton Hawk
AJ Henderson
Presley Stroud

6th graders who tested at the Presidential level on the Endurance Run test
Noah Dowden
Kelcie Blacklidge
Abby Russell

1st graders who tested at the National level on the Sit and Reach test
Callen Bennett
Emily Hunt
Joshua James
Sydney Leisure
Gavin Nielander
Athynn Smith
Haleigh Smith
Dylan Brehm
Audrey Koetter
Savannah Strawmyer
Cole Wise
Julion Creason
Anna Dale
Emma Dale
Grant Helm
Garrett Myers
Jaxon Roe
TJ Weeks
Nevan Ferguson
Ethan Haynes
Mariah Hodson
Hunter Rood
Chloie Roth

1st graders who tested at the National level on the Shuttle Run test
Callen Bennett
Joshua James
Ava Reynolds
Athynn Smith
Eli Edwards
Cole Wise
Garrett Myers
Wes Miller

1st graders who tested at the National level on the Sit up test
Makayla Braden
Alannah Kenyon
Austin Robinson
Dylan Brehm
Audrey Koetter
Megan Lopez
Savannah Strawmyer
Alainey Van Noy
Makenzee Westbrook
Bella Whitaker
Zeb Williams
Cole Wise
Grant Helm
Emma Simms
Mariah Hodson
Jace Jackson
Hannah Rayn
Grant Robb
Hunter Rood
Chloie Roth

1st graders who tested at the National level on the Push up test
Nick Bergstrom
Chase Duffy
Sydney Leisure
Haleigh Smith
Chandler Hord
Megan Lopez
Savannah Strawmyer
Grant Helm
Garrett Myers
Emma Simms
Angel Smith
TJ Weeks
Elise Estle
Owen Sims

1st graders who tested at the National level on the Endurance Run test
Austin Robinson
Emma Warner
Audrey Koetter
Peyton Stahl
Cole Wise
Bailey Davenport
Garrett Myers
Olivia Oyler
TJ Weeks
Leah Carter
Gavin Foreman

2nd graders who tested at the National level on the Sit and Reach test
Kolby Ahnert
Ruby Hamilton
Ruby Lashbrook
Emma O’Dell
Leah Parrott
Eayn VanSickel
Bryce Ziems

2nd graders who tested at the National level on the Shuttle Run test
Ruby Hamilton
Mason Harrell
Thomas Lunsford
Emma O’Dell
Laney Parsons
Olivia Saxton
Maddison Tedder
Merideth Webster
Kayleigh Wiley
2nd graders who tested at the National level on the Sit up test
Kolby Ahnert
Samantha Bumgardner
Owen Myers
Emma O’Dell
Maddison Tedder
Kayleigh Wiley
Bryce Ziems

2nd graders who tested at the National level on the Push up test
Aidan Alter
Ruby Hamilton
Mason Harrell
Owen Myers
Leah Parrott
Laney Parsons
Maddison Tedder
Kayleigh Wiley

2nd graders who tested at the National level on the Endurance Run test
Thomas Lunsford
Owen Myers


4th graders who tested at the National level on the Sit and Reach test
Braydon Harris
JP Hawkins
Joey Wagner
Cameron Austin
Solon Bartrum
Kayla Bevington
Chaese Butzin
Briley Fillenwarth
Paige Hutchinson
Conner Landseadel
Kaitlin Perry
Amanda Wilson
Adam Farouki
Ben Harris
Justice Martin
Bailey Miller
Barak Moody
Addison Price
Garrett Wiley
4th graders who tested at the National level on the Shuttle Run test
Zach Foreman
JP Hawkins
Jessie Jones
Eli Tice
Joey Wagner
Trevor Watson
Trey Watson
Larry Batt
Taylor Bentzler
Mariah Clark
Briley Fillenwarth
Paige Hutchinson
Benjamin Ludwig
Lana Lupini
Chiara Minor
Ashley Gaines
Mitchell Harrell
Maycee Johnson
Zeke Williams
Taylor Boruff
Emily Edsell
Lilli Hughes
Chelsea Lunsford
Justice Martin
Allison Miller
Addison Price
Macy Purcifull
Evan Shaw
Claire Wallace




4th graders who tested at the National level on the Sit up test
Zach Foreman
JP Hawkins
Rylund Marks
Baylee Martin
Max McCool
Madison Miller
Jasmine Owens
Macy Riley
Joey Wagner
Kaylee Watson
Solon Bartrum
Gavin Conner
Briley Fillenwarth
Sasha Jocius
Maggie Daily
Ashley Gaines
Maycee Johnson
Alex Kennedy
Maggie McCool
Tanner Pipenger
Ben Harris
Lilli Hughes
Chelsea Lunsford
Brayden Maple
Allison Miller
Addison Price
Macy Purcifull
Evan Shaw
Garrett Wiley


4th graders who tested at the National level on the Push up test
Zach Foreman
Braydon Harris
Joey Wagner
Solon Bartrum
Larry Batt
Sasha Jocius
Skyler Longfellow
Lana Lupini
Sophia Yager-Motl

4th graders who tested at the National level on the Endurance Run test
Madison Miller
Macy Riley
Trevor Watson
Cameron Austin
Solon Bartrum
Mariah Clark
Benjamin Ludwig
Lana Lupini
Jacob Myers
Kaitlin Neher
Kaitlin Perry
Olivia Thatcher
Emily Edsell
Ben Harris
Justice Martin
Allison Miller
Bailey Miller
Addison Price
Macy Purcifull
Evan Shaw

5th graders who tested at the National level on the Sit and Reach test
Michael Etherington
Carleigh Fieldhouse
Hannah Fennell
Jeremiah Jackson
Emily Martin
Kyleigh Oliver
Starla Parsons
Nick Sottong
Justin Ballinger
CJ Closson
Laura Conrad
Taylor Cook
Patti Engel
Maci Good
Katelyn Johnson
Abby Kirby
Madalynn Oury
Julia Tharp
Khloe Turner

5th graders who tested at the National level on the Shuttle Run test
Cameron Bryant
Carleigh Fieldhouse
Joseph Lupini
Brennan Maple
Emily Martin
Megan Osman
Lilli Pine
Cole Riley
Nick Sottong
Justin Ballinger
Laura Conrad
Maci Good
Noah Hamrick
Gabe Phillips

5th graders who tested at the National level on the Sit up test
Carleigh Fieldhouse
Hannah Fennell
Jeremiah Jackson
Kole Kirkman
Emily Martin
Madelyn Millikan
Kyleigh Oliver
Megan Osman
Sammy Scimia
Justin Ballinger
Evan Cardwell
CJ Closson
Taylor Cook
Maci Good
Katelyn Johnson

5th graders who tested at the National level on the Push up test
Cameron Bryant
Kole Kirkman
Emily Martin
Lilli Pine
Cole Riley
Nick Sottong
Kylee Beall
Evan Cardwell
Maci Good
Noah Hamrick
Parker McKinley
Khloe Turner

5th graders who tested at the National level on the Endurance Run test
Carleigh Fieldhouse
Hannah Fennell
Megan Osman
Lilli Pine
Justin Ballinger
Evan Cardwell
Abby Kirby

6th graders who tested at the National level on the Sit and Reach test
Shae Hrabos
Maddie Smith
Vance Clark
Thomas Crocker
AJ Henderson
Kaytlin Jarvis-Meek
Jakob White

6th graders who tested at the National level on the Shuttle Run test
Cole Clark
Jordan Delaplane
Charlie Devaul
Shae Hrabos
Conor O’Dell
Sean Ritenour
Dakota Simons
Nathan Ward

6th graders who tested at the National level on the Sit up test
Cole Clark
Charlie Devaul
Shae Hrabos
Taylor Hunt
Conor O’Dell
Sean Ritenour
Maddie Smith
Nathan Ward
Kelcie Blacklidge
Thomas Crocker
Connor Haines
Meagan Houtari
Colten Pipenger
Abby Russell
Presley Stroud
Madison Zwiebel

6th graders who tested at the National level on the Push up test
Lauren Austin
Cole Clark
Will Dennis
Conor O’Dell
Trey Richmond
Sean Ritenour
Dakota Simons
Maddie Smith
Lauren Wyrick
Max Clark
Vance Clark
Nicole Crocker
Meagan Houtari
Kaytlin Jarvis-Meek
Devyn Johnson
Colten Pipenger
Abby Russell
Presley Stroud
Jakob White

6th graders who tested at the National level on the Endurance Run test
Cole Clark
Taylor Hunt
Conor O’Dell
Trey Richmond
Dakota Simons
Nathan Ward
Lauren Wyrick
Nicole Crocker
Thomas Crocker
Kyle Douglass
Connor Haines
Peyton Hawk
Colten Pipenger

GREAT WORK!!

KEEP IT UP*~*

MRS. MILLER