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Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Madison City 6th Graders Dazzle Skills in Sports Spectacular Field Day

Posted by John Peck in General

Madison City’s Annual Sports Spectacular for 6th Graders

 Sixth graders from Madison City gathered for some friendly competition at the annual 6th grade Sports Spectacular on Tuesday, May 22. The event took place at Bob Jones High School track and athletic fields.

Students engaged in tug-of-war

Sports Spectacular is a great way to commemorate the fun times that the students had in elementary school before they move on to middle school. Each student put forth his/her best effort to win and have a good time, while teachers and other students cheered them on.

This event began with a race of the quickest 6th grade boys and girls from each elementary school. Throughout the day, teams moved to a new station every fourteen minutes where they played volleyball, flag football, soccer, and other fun games. Rainbow was the host of this year’s Sports Spectacular. Many awards were given out, but Columbia Elementary was the overall winner. The annual sportsmanship award this year went to volunteers for all of their good-spirited assistance. 

Although 6th grade is moving to the middle schools next school year, the Sports Spectacular will continue for 6th graders next year 

This event was made possible by Madison City’s Parks and Recreation Department and volunteers.
(Blogpost by Briana Davis)

Girl kicking soccer ball

Boys playing flag football.

Students on the running track

More tug of war battles with students

Volleyball game

More volleyball action

Girl throwing javeline
Wide angle view of students in colorful shirts in bleachers

Four students arms around shoulders and smiling

our Columbia Elementary students posig on the infield

Bleachers shot of Columbia Elementary students







 

 

 

 

 


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