Schultz students enjoy Field Day


Schultz Elementary fourth grader Brady Kuhlman pursues his classmate, Mack Meadows, during a Field Day game Wednesday. During this particular game, students would have to retrieve a ball stacked on a traffic cone and place it in a bucket before the other student touched them with the foam pole. Field Day was Wednesday for students at Schultz and Carlisle Elementary and the remaining elementary schools will have Field Day later this month.

Schultz Elementary fourth grader Brady Kuhlman pursues his classmate, Mack Meadows, during a Field Day game Wednesday. During this particular game, students would have to retrieve a ball stacked on a traffic cone and place it in a bucket before the other student touched them with the foam pole. Field Day was Wednesday for students at Schultz and Carlisle Elementary and the remaining elementary schools will have Field Day later this month.


Second graders in Jennifer Larrison’s class kick balls at clusters of targets during Field Day Wednesday at Schultz Elementary. The targets were smaller balls on various cones and students took turns kick balls towards them.


Schultz Elementary fourth grader Brady Kuhlman pursues his classmate, Mack Meadows, during a Field Day game Wednesday. During this particular game, students would have to retrieve a ball stacked on a traffic cone and place it in a bucket before the other student touched them with the foam pole. Field Day was Wednesday for students at Schultz and Carlisle Elementary and the remaining elementary schools will have Field Day later this month.

Second graders in Jennifer Larrison’s class kick balls at clusters of targets during Field Day Wednesday at Schultz Elementary. The targets were smaller balls on various cones and students took turns kick balls towards them.

Schultz Elementary fourth grader Brady Kuhlman pursues his classmate, Mack Meadows, during a Field Day game Wednesday. During this particular game, students would have to retrieve a ball stacked on a traffic cone and place it in a bucket before the other student touched them with the foam pole. Field Day was Wednesday for students at Schultz and Carlisle Elementary and the remaining elementary schools will have Field Day later this month.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2017/05/web1_DSC_1809.jpgSchultz Elementary fourth grader Brady Kuhlman pursues his classmate, Mack Meadows, during a Field Day game Wednesday. During this particular game, students would have to retrieve a ball stacked on a traffic cone and place it in a bucket before the other student touched them with the foam pole. Field Day was Wednesday for students at Schultz and Carlisle Elementary and the remaining elementary schools will have Field Day later this month.

Second graders in Jennifer Larrison’s class kick balls at clusters of targets during Field Day Wednesday at Schultz Elementary. The targets were smaller balls on various cones and students took turns kick balls towards them.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2017/05/web1_DSC_1820.jpgSecond graders in Jennifer Larrison’s class kick balls at clusters of targets during Field Day Wednesday at Schultz Elementary. The targets were smaller balls on various cones and students took turns kick balls towards them.