Washington Middle School Holds Battle of the Classes

To provide fun at the end of the school year and as a wrap-up to their PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions Services), Washington Middle School held its Battle of the Classes to the delight of students and staff.

The Battle included games such as: kickball, wiffleball, water balloon toss, an outdoor relay (3-legged race, sack race, beach ball belly run, and egg carry), backyard triple threat (corn hole, ladder golf, and bocce), blindfold football toss, scavenger hunt, tug-of-war, team jump rope, Hungry Hungry Hippos, indoor relay (crabwalk, wheelbarrow, handless donut eating, dizzy bat, basketball shoot), survivor challenge and a dance competition.

In addition to the Battle events, the school also held a creative writing contest, a STEM bridge building competition, a poster designing contest, and a Penny Wars prior to the actual Battle. women nike shoes Points were also given to the grades with lowest number of disciplinary write-ups and highest GPA for the third trimester. The seventh grade class won the Battle with eighth grade coming in second. scarpe nike blazer

Washington Middle School teachers, Jason Williams and Pat Smeraldo revamped the event this year to give all grades an even playing field and an equal opportunity to win.

“The Battle of the Classes builds class and school pride, gives students (and teachers) something to look forward to, and creates a positive environment of competition,” said Mr.

posted on 11/12/2016 - filed under: Middle School, Spotlight, Staff, Students