Healthy Hometown challenged all of the schools to encourage students to participate in the 1K Family Fun Run / 5K Run for the Roses at Mt. View Park on Saturday, May 2, 2015. The teachers from each school who had the highest number of students in attendance received trophies. The school with the overall highest participation also received a trophy. The winners are pictured below. Thanks to all of the teachers and students who walked or ran in this event!
Preschool teacher Lorie Dalton was the winner at the Early Childhood Center. Ms. Lorie is pictured here receiving her trophy with Healthy Hometown Student Fitness Leader Cheryl Boils and Healthy Hometown Coordinator April Speck.
First grade teacher Jamie Reagan was the winner at Albany Elementary School. Ms. Jamie is pictured here receiving her trophy with her class.
Seventh grade math teacher Spencer Parrigin was the winner at Clinton County Middle School. Mr. Parrigin is pictured here receiving his trophy with some of his students.
Clinton County Area Technology Center health sciences instructor Billie Frye was the winner at the high school level. Ms. Frye is pictured here receiving her trophy with Healthy Hometown Student Fitness Leader Cheryl Boils and fellow ATC instructor Cindy Albertson.
Albany Elementary School received the trophy for the overall highest participation at the 1K Family Fun Run / 5K Run for the Roses on May 2nd. AES Principal Tim Armstrong is pictured here with April and Cheryl receiving the trophy.