- Sunday, June 14, 2015 at 8:53 am
Hawley Elementary School students Sam Kirshner, left, and Piper Feli participated in a Beach Ball Relay station during Hawley Elementary School’s Field Day on May 29. The station challenged participants to hold hands while not touching a beach ball, which was snuggled between the participants while they raced.
- Thursday, July 10, 2014
A very traditional field day event, scooter races had pairs of students rolling across a section of playground, racing against three other teams.
- Wednesday, July 2, 2014
Seventh grade students at St Rose of Lima School were waiting at each station of the school’s Field Day on Monday, June 16.
It is tradition at the school for the seventh graders to oversee the stations. New to this year’s field day were basketball and hockey stations, where participating students lined up to take their turns scoring.
Across the field, at the school students also tested their aim by running to meet a moving soccer ball and kick it into the net.
- Thursday, June 19, 2014
In two sessions, students at Sandy Hook Elementary School took part in their school’s Field Day, held on Thursday, June 12.
By the time the third and fourth grade students had made their way out to the back field at Monroe’s Chalk Hill Middle School, mud was forming. The younger grades participated in their Field Day later in the day.
- Friday, June 6, 2014
The wail of police sirens, radio announcements (in oddly young voices) to “Pull over and put your hands up!” and the honking of fire truck horns that carried out to Church Hill Road from behind Hawley School, Friday, May 30 was no cause for alarm. It was all part of the fun of Hawley School Field Day, with Officer McGowan of the Newtown Police Department and Hook &d Ladder Company volunteer fire fighters Daniel Tomascek and Tarren Horvath educating Newtown’s youngest citizens on the roles of Newtown emergency departments.