On Wednesday and Thursday, we are celebrating our Jump Rope for Heart fundraiser. Students are enjoying obstacle courses, zombie tag, build-your-own-hopscotch, healthy refreshments, the sugar sequence challenge, and, of course, jumping rope. To learn more about this fundraiser or to donate, please visit our Jump Rope for Heart Page.
Our mourning period for Moonberry has ended; there’s a new fish in the Ozone. Now the fish just needs a name. So far, there have been some interesting nominees.
Students in the Ozone and the Comets & Satellites program visited Central Rock Gym in Watertown.
To help support our upcoming “Jump Rope for Heart” fundraising event, today’s community activity is “Active Bodies and Minds”. Children will learn the importance of exercise for their growing bodies and developing minds! Check out this link to see what kind of information we shared: Active Bodies & Minds (pdf)
For Jump Rope for Heart month, Ozone teachers have been encouraging children to be more thoughtful about the amount of sugar they consume (especially in their drinks). Therefore, instead of using corn syrup as a cooking ingredient, we mixed it with food coloring and painted.