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Bike Night

By
Tonya Pisula,   Kingston Elementary School
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Bike Night

For the past five years, Fuel Up to Play 60 and the school's PTO have teamed up to do our annual bike night. This is were students can bring their bikes and/or scooters and ride them in a designated safe area. Healthy snacks (bananas, apples, grapes, water, milk) are also provided to the families as they take breaks and socialize with one another. Every year the number attending this events grows.

How did students and adults work together as a team?

The adults and students worked together by creating a flyer that went home to the parents. The FUTP 60 team talked about the upcoming event in class and let the students know how much fun the night would be.

How did you accomplish your goals?

The goal every year with this event is to get more students and parents involved than the year before. This has become an event that families look forward to at the beginning of the year. It has become a tradition at Kingston Elementary.

What challenges did you face and how did you overcome them?

One of the challenges we faced this year was being able to provide healthy snacks to the families, but thanks to some of our local business, we were able to come through.