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Davis Cooper of Miss Burlison's Second Grade Class rests after walking his laps at the Track-a-thon on Sept. 14.
Mrs. Coleman and her class count the number of marks on Mr. Clauser's arms after he walk his laps on Sept. 14 at the Track-a-thon.
Second Graders Jazara Catchings and Levi Poindexter race around the track on Sept. 14 at the Track-a-thon.
Second Grader Ryder Mathus runs laps on Sept. 14 for the Track-a-thon.
Second Grader Madyson Tesreau gets her arm marked on Sept. 14 at the Track-a-thon.
Second Grader Jaydon Vaughn (left) and Mr. Kline walk laps at the Track-a-thon on Sept. 14.
Second Graders Lee Curtis and Leelynn Hobaugh race around the track at the Track-a-thon on Sept. 14.
Kindergartners Marcee Francis, Damon Foster, Ellaynua Elliott and Suzie Beaty from Mrs. Pogue's Class rest after walking their laps at the Track-a-thon on Sept. 14.
Students gather to watch Mr. Clauser walk laps at the Track-a-thon on Sept. 14.
Kindergartners Dustin Jorgensen, Kailey Holder and Hadleigh Griffon from Mrs. Pogue's Class enjoy the weather on Sept. 14 at the Track-a-thon.
Kindergartners Autumn Dill (left) and Zetta Farrar-Matlock (right) from Miss Mooney's Class help Mr. Clauser walk his laps at the Track-a-thon on Sept. 14.
First Graders Liam Sebastian, Brock Neel, Brayden Neel and Lalita Kennedy from Mrs. Tucker's Class rest after walking their laps at the Track-a-thon on Sept. 14.
Kindergartners Eli Crump, Joseph Lindsey, Stormy Berry, Abby Gibbs, Adrienne Huckaba and Racan Schwent from Miss Mooney's Class watch on after they finished their laps at the Track-a-thon on Sept. 14.
Kindergartner Lola McMinn of Ms. Hennrich's Class enjoys her hug after the Track-a-thon on Sept. 14.
Kindergartner Terry Foell of Ms. Hennrich's Class smiles as he is finished with his Hugs and Kisses after the Track-a-thon on Sept. 14.
Mr. Clauser collects his mark as he continues to walk his laps at the Track-a-thon on Sept. 14.
Students gathered to watch Mr. Clauser complete his challenge of 20 laps at the Track-a-thon on Sept. 14.
Joseph Lindsey from Miss Mooney's Kindergarten Class enjoys his hug after the Track-a-thon on Sept. 14.
Isabella Tucios, Riley Tucker, Ava Simmons and Leena Shell from Miss Burlison's Second Grade Class cheer on Mr. Clauser at the Track-a-thon on Sept. 14.
Allie McDowell, Duncan Comstock, Judah Forister and Wyatt Abbott from Mrs. Tawfall's Kindergarten Class collect their lap paper after the Track-a-thon on Sept. 14.
Kindergartener Anniston Price from Mrs. Tawfall's Class grins as she enjoys her Hug after the Track-a-thon on Sept. 14.
Students line up to receive their Hug drink and Kisses candy after their hard work at the Track-a-thon.
Mr. Kline's Second Grade Class takes off at the Track-a-thon on Sept. 14.
Second Grader Peighlyn Jones from Mr. Kline's Class collects her mark as she laps the track.
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