Elementary schools compete

Elementary school students from the Elk Valley and the South Country gathered at Isabella Dicken Elementary School last Thursday for the School District 5 track meet.

Students from Frank J. Mitchell Elementary School

Elementary school students from the Elk Valley and the South Country gathered at Isabella Dicken Elementary School last Thursday for the School District 5 track meet.

There were about 200 students competing from the four schools.

Students from Grade 3 to 6 competed in events like long jump, high jump, and sprints.

 

School District 5 Track Meet Results

Overall

Male teams:

1.    Isabella Dicken Elementary School

2.    Frank J. Mitchell Elementary School

3.    South Country elementary schools

4.    Rocky Mountain Elementary School

Female team:

1.    Frank J. Mitchell Elementary

2.    Rocky Mountain Elementary School

3.    Isabella Dicken Elementary School

4.    South Country elementary schools

School results:

1.    Frank J. Mitchell Elementary

2.    Isabella Dicken Elementary School

3.    South Country elementary schools

4.    Rocky Mountain Elementary School

Top Male

Liam MacLean from Isabella Dicken Elementary School

Top Female

Paige Engel from Frank J. Mitchell Elementary School

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