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Area schools succeed in 26.2n30 challenge

The Johnson County Coordinated School Health hosted a 26.2n30 challenge. Amanda McGlamery with Coordinated School Health of Johnson County Schools explained that 26.2n30 stands for 26.2 miles in 30 days a challenge for Johnson County Classrooms.“We wanted to get the staff and the students to walk or run a marathon in 30 days,” McGlamery said. “The classrooms that completed the marathon received tote bags with classroom supplies that consisted of copying paper, pencils, glue sticks, hand sanitizer, Kleenex, erasers, notepads that were all donated by Johnson County Community Hospital Extended Hours and the Johnson County Health Department.” The overall classroom winners who had the most miles received a recess pack from Coordinated School Health that consisted of playground supplies. “Our hope is that the staff and students establish a habit of walking or running some each day that will benefit their health in the future. Winners included Mrs. Angie Long – top winner with 105 miles – MCE; Mrs. Annette; Greer – MCE; Mrs. Jennifer Icenhour – MCE; Mrs. Brittany Freeman – top winner Laurel with 31.5; Mrs. Kaitlyn Vincient – Laurel with 29.5 and Leann Shoun – top winner JCMS with 26.2.
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