Students jump for their health and for the cause


Indian Lake Elementary continues to feel the love when it comes to raising money for heart health! Physical Educator Kristen Soos reports that during February, students in the annual Jump Rope for Heart event brought in nearly $4,300. Fifteen students raised more than $100 each for the American Heart Association. The top fundraising students are: 1st Place, Kayla Tracey; 2nd Place, Kruz Klinker; 3rd Place, Piper Burch; 4th Place, Chance Alberding. Teacher Hollar’s third grade class brought in the highest amount of any classroom. In addition to raising money for the cause, students practiced jump rope techniques in gym class and took part in extra physical education activities in classrooms. Shown from left are Bentley Collier, Tyler Ferguson, middle, Ava Polhamus, Kayla Tracy, Ivy Kaser, Piper Burch, Lilly Groeschel, back, Chloe Borderging, Grant Wickline, Kirk Beres, Chance Alberding, Hunter Vance and Corben Miller.

Indian Lake Elementary continues to feel the love when it comes to raising money for heart health! Physical Educator Kristen Soos reports that during February, students in the annual Jump Rope for Heart event brought in nearly $4,300. Fifteen students raised more than $100 each for the American Heart Association. The top fundraising students are: 1st Place, Kayla Tracey; 2nd Place, Kruz Klinker; 3rd Place, Piper Burch; 4th Place, Chance Alberding. Teacher Hollar’s third grade class brought in the highest amount of any classroom. In addition to raising money for the cause, students practiced jump rope techniques in gym class and took part in extra physical education activities in classrooms. Shown from left are Bentley Collier, Tyler Ferguson, middle, Ava Polhamus, Kayla Tracy, Ivy Kaser, Piper Burch, Lilly Groeschel, back, Chloe Borderging, Grant Wickline, Kirk Beres, Chance Alberding, Hunter Vance and Corben Miller.


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Indian Lake Elementary continues to feel the love when it comes to raising money for heart health! Physical Educator Kristen Soos reports that during February, students in the annual Jump Rope for Heart event brought in nearly $4,300. Fifteen students raised more than $100 each for the American Heart Association. The top fundraising students are: 1st Place, Kayla Tracey; 2nd Place, Kruz Klinker; 3rd Place, Piper Burch; 4th Place, Chance Alberding. Teacher Hollar’s third grade class brought in the highest amount of any classroom. In addition to raising money for the cause, students practiced jump rope techniques in gym class and took part in extra physical education activities in classrooms. Shown from left are Bentley Collier, Tyler Ferguson, middle, Ava Polhamus, Kayla Tracy, Ivy Kaser, Piper Burch, Lilly Groeschel, back, Chloe Borderging, Grant Wickline, Kirk Beres, Chance Alberding, Hunter Vance and Corben Miller.

Indian Lake Elementary continues to feel the love when it comes to raising money for heart health! Physical Educator Kristen Soos reports that during February, students in the annual Jump Rope for Heart event brought in nearly $4,300. Fifteen students raised more than $100 each for the American Heart Association. The top fundraising students are: 1st Place, Kayla Tracey; 2nd Place, Kruz Klinker; 3rd Place, Piper Burch; 4th Place, Chance Alberding. Teacher Hollar’s third grade class brought in the highest amount of any classroom. In addition to raising money for the cause, students practiced jump rope techniques in gym class and took part in extra physical education activities in classrooms. Shown from left are Bentley Collier, Tyler Ferguson, middle, Ava Polhamus, Kayla Tracy, Ivy Kaser, Piper Burch, Lilly Groeschel, back, Chloe Borderging, Grant Wickline, Kirk Beres, Chance Alberding, Hunter Vance and Corben Miller.
https://www.weeklycurrents.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2019/02/web1_IMG_5331.jpgIndian Lake Elementary continues to feel the love when it comes to raising money for heart health! Physical Educator Kristen Soos reports that during February, students in the annual Jump Rope for Heart event brought in nearly $4,300. Fifteen students raised more than $100 each for the American Heart Association. The top fundraising students are: 1st Place, Kayla Tracey; 2nd Place, Kruz Klinker; 3rd Place, Piper Burch; 4th Place, Chance Alberding. Teacher Hollar’s third grade class brought in the highest amount of any classroom. In addition to raising money for the cause, students practiced jump rope techniques in gym class and took part in extra physical education activities in classrooms. Shown from left are Bentley Collier, Tyler Ferguson, middle, Ava Polhamus, Kayla Tracy, Ivy Kaser, Piper Burch, Lilly Groeschel, back, Chloe Borderging, Grant Wickline, Kirk Beres, Chance Alberding, Hunter Vance and Corben Miller. Submitted photo