Whoa, that’s low (slideshow)

Makenna Runk was promoting peace, eating right and flexibility. (L to R, first to third place) Hailey Johnson Trampe, Jake Fenton Tiegen and Heather Pommier Read-Slaughter were the top three in the third-grade class in the Fitness Fever MyPlate Contest. 
Throughout the month, students learned the importance of eating healthy and getting exercise. 
By the look on his face, it seems as though Sunrise River Elementary School third-grader Mason Sletton was impressed at how low his classmates could go during the limbo portion of the Beach Party Bag Lunch Day Friday. Kendera Geary showing off her dexterous limbo skills. 
Soilel Delorge looked like she was ready to head out to the beach in this colorful getup.
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(L to R, first to third place) Hailey Johnson Trampe, Jake Fenton Tiegen and Heather Pommier Read-Slaughter were the top three in the third-grade class in the Fitness Fever MyPlate Contest. Throughout the month, students learned the importance of eating healthy and getting exercise.

 

In addition to the limbo, students dressed up in their most colorful beach garb and brought beach towels to sit on in the cafeteria during lunch on Beach Party Bag Lunch Day Friday at Sunrise River Elementary School in North Branch.

The event was organized as the reward to the students for collecting food for the North Branch Food Shelf. The students collected 1,300 pounds of provisions. Photos by Derrick Knutson