North Elementary students have some fun
Neighbors | Adrienne Crissman . Second-grade students, from left, Ryan Nemeth, Aidan Wire and Olivia Raseta waited for their turn to participate in the next activity during North's fun day June 6.
Neighbors | Adrienne Crissman .Jacob Zura plays putt-putt during North's fun day June 6.
Neighbors | Adrienne Crissman .First graders, from left, Caden Buck, Ashlee Tusinac, Natalee Patterson and Rian McElhinny prepared to pie the clown during fun day June 6.
Neighbors | Adrienne Crissman .Kindergarteners at North Elementary School prepare to dunk Mr. Wesolowsky during fun day June 6.
Neighbors | Adrienne Crissman .Third grader Kameron Slosser was the winner of a gummy bear eating contest during North's fun day June 6.
By ADRIENNE CRISSMAN
North Elementary School students were entertained during their annual fun day June 6.
The circus-themed event included 12 different stations for students in grades kindergarten through fourth.
The children got to jump in a bounce-a-round, play mini golf, participate in a whipped cream gummy bear eating contest, play cornhole, pie a clown, have popcorn races and make a craft.
Students also got to try their hands at the dunk tank. Fourth-grade students had the pleasure of dunking Tracy Kaschak, school principal, while students in grades kindergarten through third tried their best to dunk Mr. Wesolowsky, the elementary gym teacher.
Carrie Schreffler, PTO mom, said fun day gives the kids a day to relax.
“It allows them the freedom to express themselves without having to be confined to the structure of a classroom,” said Schreffler.
Ali Murphy, chair of the event, said fun day is a joy for everyone.
“It gives the students an opportunity to see a fun side of their teachers,” said Murphy.