This is a B Day.
Did you know that short bursts of intense exercise help relieve stress? According to the New York Times, in school a child who gets more activity on a daily basis, Dr. Hatfield said, will respond better to everyday stressors like tests and social challenges. Getting physical activities gives kids and teenagers endorphins and a release that will helps during stressful or busy times.
Euclid students, since this week is stress week, we have a physical challenge for you.
Push up challenge (can do regular or on knees) Wednesday: 5 Push UPs
This challenge will continue on for the rest of this week and next week. See your teacher if you would like the full 30 day challenge.
Wrestlers, if you have not turned in your singlet and head gear to Ms. Enderlin, you need to have it in by today, Friday, December 13.
Attention Students! Student Council is having their sucker sale next week. Get yours during your lunch in the cafeteria! (Suckers are $1 each.)
Words of Wisdom
Quote: "We must strengthen and comfort each other. We must love one another. We must rejoice together, mourn together, labor and suffer together." –John Winthrop