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School News

On Friday, February 28, Ringgold Elementary School North (RESN) students participated in a ‘Kids Heart Challenge’ event. Under the supervision of Physical Education teacher Rachel Lint, kids did more than just jump rope for heart!

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RESN teachers volunteered to be “slimed’ by students who raised funds for the American Heart Association

At RESN, the gym was set up with 100 activities including, jumping rope, dancing, jumping activities, gaga ball, an obstacle course and many more. PTA volunteers assisted with activities.

As a special incentive RESN staff members volunteered to be ‘slimed’ the students. Any student that raised $150 was able to slime Mrs. Lint. Any students that donated to the American Heart Association were able to vote on which teacher that wanted to slime. The names were pulled and 52 students slimed 11 teachers. The best stat of the day – RESN families raised $7,765.87!

The Sliming event was Friday, March 13, the last day students were in the building before the COVID-19 stay-at-home order.

Go to our Gallery for more photos of this event

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