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Students Receive Bicycles for Reaching iFit Goals

Posted On: Thursday, January 28, 2016

An iFit goal is a personalized fitness goal that students set during their physical education classes.  For example, iFit goals might address increasing running time or improving knowledge about nutrition.  On Wednesday, January 6th, Clinton County Healthy Hometown awarded bicycles to the boy and girl in each grade at Albany Elementary School who had made the most progress in meeting their iFit goals during the first and second nine-weeks of school.  The following students at AES met their personalized iFit goals with P.E. teacher Jennifer Preston and excelled in their personal fitness skills:  Jackson Nelson, Blake Melton, David Mielu, Landree Moons, Evan Kean, Luis Garcia, Aidan Harper, Bryce Cravens, Nicholas Matthews, Emili Baker, Summer Pierce, Mya Plaunt, Mikarah Mason, Landon Gabbard, Savannah Markopoulos, Tania Hernandez, and Gracie McFall.  On, Thursday, January 14th, bicycles were awarded to the students at the Clinton County Early Childhood Center.  The following students at ECC met their personalized iFit goals with P.E. teacher Tyonia Sinclair and excelled in their personal fitness skills:  Waymon Avery and Kaylee Perez.  Clinton County Healthy Hometown would like to congratulate all of these students for their success!  Clinton County Healthy Hometown will present awards to students at Clinton County Middle School and Clinton County High School at a later time.  Students will be eligible to win prizes again at the end of the second semester of this school year.  How can encourage your children to excel in meeting their iFit goals?  Be active with your child, follow the My Plate guidelines, and talk with your children about their iFit goals!  If you have any questions about the iFit goals or prizes for most improved students in P.E. and Health, please contact April Speck, Clinton County Healthy Hometown Coordinator at 606-387-2051 or or Cheryl Boils, Student Fitness Leader at 606-387-2051 or

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