Results from last week's Lakota Invitational:
The Mustangs cross country team competed in the Lakota Invitational this past Saturday in Bettsville. This event has continued to grow since our team first joined in 2004. We were split into two groups, but awards were separated by gender. K-3 boys and girls ran 1/2 mile and the 4-6 boys and girls ran 1 mile.
In the K-3 girls group, Hannah Castor led our team and finished 7th overall out of 66 girls, in a time of 3:18. Hannah received a medal. Following close behind was Katie Oestreich. Katie finished 22nd overall in a time of 3:34. Our next finisher was Jeanette Fretter in a time of 5:05. In the K-3 boys group, Jackson Krueger finished 9th overall out of 74 boys, in a time of 3:09. Jackson received a medal. Finishing next for the Mustangs, in 22nd place, was Joey Hover in a time of 3:28.
In the 4-6 girls group there were 58 runners. Maddie Cleland led the Mustang pack and finished in a time of 9:06. Right behind Maddie was Lily Martin-Williams in a time of 9:33. In the 4-6 boys group there were 74 runners. Leading for the Mustangs was J.J. Poiry. J.J. finished 34th overall, in a time of 7:29 and Justin Espen finished in a time of 8:29.
Alexa Whyte ran 2 miles in the Middle School race at the Lakota Invitational. Alexa finished in 128 place out of 171 girls. She finished in a time of 17:17.
Thank you to everyone who made our home Cross Country race a huge success yesterday!
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Creative Movement Class
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Fall Adult Social Fundraiser
This FUN event is a great way to socialize with our school community as well as support our general operating fund.
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Needed: Fabric Placemats
Do you have any gently-used fabric placemats at home that you don't need/want anymore? Lower elementary would like them. The children use the placemats at lunchtime for cleanliness and grace & courtesy etiquette.