First Triathlon @ Cedar Street


On Friday, June 19th, students in Grades 4-6 of Cedar Street School participated in the school's first ever triathlon. "Tri 4 Cedar" was organized by teachers Mr. Jason Clement and Ms. Christine LeBoeuf, with huge support from Principal Mr. Francois Couture. The three events included a 125 meter swim, a 2 kilometer run and 200 skips of jump rope. All participants finished the race and were cheered and encouraged by fellow students and parents. A great day was had by all!  Many thanks to all the student and parent volunteers who made the event a successful one!


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