Of Course

Photos by Tegan Johnston/The Herald
Cedar Crest Intermediate School fifth-grader Dylan Smith tumbled through an inflatable obstacle course during Friday’s Good Choices Celebration at the school in Bretzville. Students watched movies, played games and participated in other activities as a reward for good behavior throughout the quarter.

 

Cedar Crest fifth-graders Kimberly Borman, left, and Avery Riley, right, lifted their classmate Adi Becher during Friday’s Good Choices Celebration at the school in Bretzville.

 

Cedar Crest fifth-grader Alex Pacheco rolled through an inflatable obstacle course during Friday’s Good Choices Celebration at the school in Bretzville.

 

Cedar Crest fifth-graders Stephen Perry, left, and Grace Sutherlin raced through an inflatable obstacle course during Friday’s Good Choices Celebration at the school in Bretzville.

 

Cedar Crest fifth-graders Katlyn Betz, from left, Lillian Schnell, Brooke Rasche and Kiersten Voegerl played together on the bleachers during Friday’s Good Choices Celebration at the school in Bretzville.



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