2018-06-13 / News

Chatfield students enjoy end-of-year Olympics



Chatfield students in sixth through eighth grade participated in an array of activities during the Chatfield Olympics on Friday, an end-of-the-year tradition at the school. Chatfield students in sixth through eighth grade participated in an array of activities during the Chatfield Olympics on Friday, an end-of-the-year tradition at the school.

Savannah Djokic, 11, and Berkley Dixon, 12, both sixth-graders, stopped for a photo during the Chatfield Olympics. 
Photos by Alex Petrie Savannah Djokic, 11, and Berkley Dixon, 12, both sixth-graders, stopped for a photo during the Chatfield Olympics. Photos by Alex Petrie

Lydia Smith, 6, a Chatfield kindergartener, took a break after the hula hoop competition during Chatfield’s Olympics on Friday in celebration of the end of the school year. Lydia Smith, 6, a Chatfield kindergartener, took a break after the hula hoop competition during Chatfield’s Olympics on Friday in celebration of the end of the school year.

Mila Kelly, an eighth-grader, concentrates during a challenge at the Chatfield Olympics. The relay race required students to walk up and down a slippery tarp while carrying a cup of water. Mila Kelly, an eighth-grader, concentrates during a challenge at the Chatfield Olympics. The relay race required students to walk up and down a slippery tarp while carrying a cup of water.

Cathy Houghtaling, a kindergarten teacher at Chatfield School, was dressed for the festivities on Friday afternoon. Cathy Houghtaling, a kindergarten teacher at Chatfield School, was dressed for the festivities on Friday afternoon.

Zach Young, 9, a third-grader, was careful not to drop his egg during a relay race on Friday afternoon. Zach Young, 9, a third-grader, was careful not to drop his egg during a relay race on Friday afternoon.

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