Saturday, November 23, 2013

Thank you LHS Swimmers!

The LHS swim team put messages on the 100 mile Club Popsicle sticks.  It will be so fun reading the messages as we log more miles.  Thank you for supporting us!



Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Anderson Sample Day

Today we sampled cauliflower in the cafeteria.  We are eating our veggies at Anderson!  Great job!






Tuesday, November 19, 2013

Ms. DiMassimo Finishes!!!

Mrs. Duffy proudly holds up her Moms 100 Mile Finisher Sheet!
Congrats!  

Monday, November 18, 2013

Don't forget to get some fitness over the holiday break!


Team Anderson

We will be running a race over the break and we would LOVE for you and your family to join us!   Please register at the following Link.  Please sign up as a team --- Anderson ES.   It doesn't matter what distance you choose to run/walk.

Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Anderson Kids Making a Difference and Getting Fitness!

We are so proud of Savannah and Carson for their devotion to family and fitness!  Great job to Ms. Hazzard's class for their support of their classmate. Thank you!!!



5th Grade Students Participated in Taste Testing

Our 5th graders got to participate in taste testing for the FISD nutrition department.  They LOVED the healthy turkey tacos!  Thanks Mrs. Yoder and staff for all your hard work!  The other items tested and their results are below the photos.



Falafel:
25 liked, 13 neutral, 20 disliked

Veggie Burger:
25 liked, 12 neutral, 21 disliked

Applesauce:

42 liked, 10 neutral, 8 disliked



Sunday, November 10, 2013

Believe

This is a fun race for Anderson!  Please check out the link for more information.

Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Sugar Lowdown

WOW! This School is Part of the 100 Mile Club!

DEERING SCHOOL: No whining, no complaining, no excuses.

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Do YOU know where Deering, Alaska is?  In case you don’t, it’s right HERE
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Deering is a city in the Northwest Arctic Borough in the U.S. state of Alaska. It is located on a sandy spit on the Seward Peninsula where the Inmachuk River flows into Kotzebue Sound, 92 km southwest of Kotzebue. The city covers an area of about 5 sq miles (13.73 km²)  Source: Wikipedia
Check out the question their principal asked:)  

HI. DOES SNOW-SHOEING COUNT? TEACHER/PRINCIPAL MCMULLEN ASKED…BECAUSE WE ARE WAY UP HERE, CLOSE TO THE ARCTIC CIRCLE.

Maybe we should have ran today in the sprinkles.  Can't wait to see you on Thursday morning!