Sycamore Field Day loads of fun

Hula hoops, limbo and races with everything from eggs on spoons to potato sacks characterized Sycamore Ridge’s first Field Day. Physical education teacher John Sink, who splits time with Del Mar Hills Academy, coordinated the day’s activities, bringing the whole school out on the playing fields.

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