Children, parents, teachers enjoy Field Day fun near school yearís end

Wednesday, May 17, 2017
Cassville kindergarteners take off in the Fastest Wildest race during Field Day activities Friday. Colton Beebe, third from left, won the race. Julia Kilmer/reporter@cassville-democrat.com

Students at Eunice Thomas Elementary and Cassville Intermediate School participated in Field Day on Friday.

Cassville intermediate girls race to see who was the Fastest Wildcat during Field Day Friday. The traditional day was full of fun, with outdoor activities like relay races, foot races, a hula-hooping contest and an obstacle course. The day concluded with a foot race to earn the title of Fastest Wildcat. Julia Kilmer/reporter@cassville-democrat.com
Students at Eunice Thomas Elementary and Cassville Intermediate School participated in Field Day on Friday, May 12. The day was packed full of fun for students with activities such as relay races, foot races, hula-hooping contest, an obstacle course and more. The day concluded with a foot race to earn the title of Fastest Wildcat. The fastest intermediate runners, were: Kyle Bailey, fourth grade; Bryson Jacobson, fifth grade; Coach Kristi Pinckard, Jessi Hoppes, fifth grade; and Kalee Lowe, fourth grade. Front row: Colton Ruark, third grade, and Riley Stumpff, third grade. Julia Kilmer/reporter@cassville-democrat.com
Primary Fastest Wildcats were, from left: Colton Beebe, kindergarten,, Sophia Longley, kindergarten; Zoe Meadows, first grade; Mace Turner, first grade; Audrey Kennedy, second grade; and Kamden Beebe, second grade. Julia Kilmer/reporter@cassville-democrat.com
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