Ocean Air students celebrate Running Club victory

Mrs. Braga’s Kindergarten Class

Mrs. Braga’s kindergarten class at Ocean Air Elementary School won a pizza party for the most laps run in grades K-2 for Running Club this year.  The class loved going to Running Club during lunch recess two times a week. They also enjoyed the exercise. One of the students in the class, Braydon Mitchell, was awarded the “Top Kindergarten Runner” by running 50 miles.  It was a great way for the class to end the school year.

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