Students have a blast at Summit Field Day

Summit School students were all smiles  for Field Day, or as organizer and teacher Kaylee Neary likes to call it “the Biggest PE Party” held on the soccer field May 28.

Summit students and staff after another successful Field Day.

K-8th-graders played games on the soccer field; including Duck, Duck, Splash; Water-balloon toss, Three leg race, Potato sack race, Human ring toss, Cheeto-head relay, and Hungry Hungry Hippos on scooters inside the Summit Center.

“The goal of Field Day was to get all the students and teachers together to have some loose, silly fun, especially after the tight and limited year we had with all of the COVID restrictions,” said Neary.

Be the spoon…

Neary added that the weather cooperated, and everyone had a great time playing games while staff/student DJs cranked bumpin’ jams across the field.

Some games gave students a chance to cool off amidst the fierce competition.

“I am so thankful for the sunshine that we had and the awesome tunes blasting, thanks to Jeremy [Robinson],” said Neary. “The kids had a blast, they were so stoked for Field Day this year and everyone seemed relaxed having a sense of normalcy.”

Cheeto-head Relay

Games were run by 9th & 10th graders who helped keep a semblance of order at each game station.

Duck Duck Splash

Potato Sack Race

Human Ring Toss

Three-legged Race

Hungry Hungry Hippos in the Summit Center.

The beginning of an obstacle course.

Carry a tennis ball between your knees game.

Jeremy Robinson and students keep things bumping with consistent jams throughout Field Day.

Popsicle hydration break.

Groups moved from game to game by class.

Field Day organizer Kaylee Neary (left) called the day a complete success.

Article and photos by Brian O’Shea
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