Once a Colt, Always a Colt!
- Revea Spivey / Olivia Klubowicz, Swanson Elementary School
- Community Involvement
This is my Success Story for all the accomplishments FUTP 60 has had. One success is that everyone in FUTP 60 does walking club at least three times a week and we get to celebrate for those individuals that reach 25, 50, 75, and 100 miles throughout the year. Another one of our accomplishments is that we have became a touchdown school many years in a row which means we have made touchdown status. Some of the things we do to become a touchdown school is Submit Success stories, encourage people to join FUTP 60, and stay healthy by eating healthy snacks and doing physical activities. Something that is a celebration for us becoming a touchdown school is going to the mile high stadium and we get to meet Miles and some football players. Something that gets to happen every year that is a success is Miles comes to our school and we get to participate in the assembly which is always our FUTP 60 kick off of the year. Also when Miles comes every year sometimes a football player comes with him and we get to meet them. One of our big success that we wanted to do last year but didn’t get to is our school dance which was Neverland themed. It was so fun to help set up and so many people came. Another success that we did last year and will be doing this year too is a day without hate. For the day without hate we did something nice every day. Some examples are we made friendship bracelets, kindness cards, and wrote something nice on a piece of paper and made peace signs. One of our last but not least success was all the trophies we earned for doing everything. We got all those trophies because we worked hard and never gave up. This is my Success Story for FUTP 60 and all our accomplishments.