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Altitude Avengers on the move

Second graders (left to right) Kensington Hulley, Taryn Pettis, Scarlett Borner, Jenna Prewett and Jolene Luber took their team off the field for a cool down session with popsicles.

By Julie Matuszewski; photos courtesy of Timber Trail Elementary

Timber Trail Elementary (TTE) students transformed into the Altitude Avengers for a fun day of outside activity as part of their annual move-a-thon. These Altitude Avengers found themselves running through colorful parachutes, jumping rope, conquering the indoor obstacle course and everyone’s favorite – racing TTE’s own running course. TTE far surpassed its fundraising goal, which will bring the school a new sound amplification system and a new shade structure for the playground. Kids enjoyed prize days of crazy hair, ice cream treats from Little Chill, limo rides and Chick-fil-A lunches.

Altitude Avenger third grader Barrett Krell rocked an all-out crazy hair style of pink spikes.

First grader Jace Reitsema successfully made his way through the moving barrel and was ready to attack the cargo net.

Without missing a step, students used quick feet to navigate their way through the ladders as they raced against time.



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