Saturday, February 9, 2019

Field Day Info

I am passing along Field Day Information - Please read all the way through. 2D would love your help, if possible! J

As many of you know, Field Day is approaching quickly, on Friday, March 8th, 2019. For those of you who are new to Field Day, it is an opportunity for your student to participate in a half-days’ worth of sporting events (i.e. Relay Races, Tug-of-War, etc.), where they compete with their classmates against other classes in active/healthy competition. This is a pretty large event in which multiple volunteers will be needed.

We are reaching out to all families in order to extend an invite to join your students on this eventful day, and volunteer for either K-2 grades (morning events) or 3-5 grades (afternoon events). There are multiple stations being ran at once, and data will need to be recorded, refreshments and water will need to be provided, etc. We can use all the help we can get!

Therefore, if you would be interested in helping/volunteering, please sign up for a slot here: The access code is ACL2019.

If you have any questions, please contact either Coach Edmondson K-2 or Coach Faurot 3-5 -

In addition to volunteers, your students’ classes are assigned a color that represents their class as a whole.2D’s class color is BROWN. We ask that your students come to Field Day with the appropriate T-Shirt color on the day of this massive event. We are currently working with our classroom liaison, Mrs. Smit, to find a deal on shirts. StAY TUNED J We hope to represent our Homeroom with Team Spirit and Great Sportsmanship. Please reach out to the PE coaches if you have any other questions or concerns about this exciting and eventful day.   

In addition, we are reaching out to families that would be willing to help and provide snacks/beverages for our class on March 8th, 2019. We are searching for parent(s) that would be willing to either:
  Provide our class with cooler(s) & ice
  Provide small waters, gatorade’s, etc.
  Provide snacks for one of the break times
                     Otter pops and Waters will already be at one of the stations, so please no popsicles.
If this is something you are willing to lend a helping hand, please reach out to Mrs. Morga  so we can get the snacks organized for our class.

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