Lincoln Wins Fire Up Your Feet Competition
Post Date: 06/01/2017 9:17 AM
Lincoln School Wins 1st Place for Northern California
Fire Up Your Feet Competition
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AWARD: FIRST PLACE NORTHERN CALIFORNIA
SCHOOL: LINCOLN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
DISTRICT: MANTECA UNIFIED SCHOOL DIST
See the full list of winners here.
Cindy from Lincoln School Writes:
Thank you to everyone who helped log activity and pushed your students to get active !! Please let me know if their is something special your grade span would like for your PE program . I will be purchasing equipment in August and we are also hoping to help create a relaxing break space for the staffs wellness :) Enjoy your summer break !!!!
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