Robinwood students earn $7,000 through jumping
Neighbors | Natalie Scott.Physical education teacher, Jen Flores, jumped rope with her students at the Jump for Heart day at Robinwood Lane Elementary School Feb. 15.
Neighbors | Natalie Scott.Destiny Robinson jumped rope at the Robinwood Lane Elementary School fun day for Jump for Heart Feb. 15
Neighbors | Natalie Scott.Raiden Lateef hula hooped at the Jump for Heart day at Robinwood Lane Elementary School Feb. 15.
Neighbors | Natalie Scott.A physical education class at Robinwood Elementary School showed their pride for raising $7000 for Jump for Heart Feb. 15.
Neighbors | Natalie Scott.A group of students played Helicopter, a game that involved jumping over a rope swung by a person standing in the middle of the group, at the Jump for Heart day Feb. 15.
By NATALIE SCOTT
Students at Robinwood Lane Elementary School participated in Jump for Heart the week of Feb. 15, raising $7,000. Of that total, $3,000 was raised online.
“I’m really proud of how hard the students have worked for this great cause,” said Robinwood Lane physical education teacher Jen Flores. “It just shows that even though times are rough, people can really pull together when they need it. This is such a great cause because it really shows how important it is to make sure you have a strong heart and you stay in shape.”
To celebrate their fundraising success, students were given a special fun day during their gym time Feb. 15. Students jumped rope and hula hooped or played helicopter, a game where one person swings a rope around the people standing around them, then jump over it.