SUIMA students get wet & wild

One particularly challenging race involved students handing a balloon covered in shaving cream to each other.
The younger kids enjoyed a bubble-blowing station.
A little one reaches for a big bubble.
Students could also catch a ride on an oil-barrel train.
A hay-bale obstacle course proved popular, with many students getting creative as they leapt from one mound to the next.
Field Day activities included a variety of relay races, which challenged students to get wet while holding onto squishy or slippery objects.
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One particularly challenging race involved students handing a balloon covered in shaving cream to each other.
The younger kids enjoyed a bubble-blowing station.
A little one reaches for a big bubble.
Students could also catch a ride on an oil-barrel train.
A hay-bale obstacle course proved popular, with many students getting creative as they leapt from one mound to the next.
Field Day activities included a variety of relay races, which challenged students to get wet while holding onto squishy or slippery objects.
Ace Stryker | Southern Ute Drum
Ace Stryker | Southern Ute Drum
Ace Stryker | Southern Ute Drum
Ace Stryker | Southern Ute Drum
Ace Stryker | Southern Ute Drum
Ace Stryker | Southern Ute Drum
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Thumbnail image of A little one reaches for a big bubble.
Thumbnail image of Students could also catch a ride on an oil-barrel train.
Thumbnail image of A hay-bale obstacle course proved popular, with many students getting creative as they leapt from one mound to the next.
Thumbnail image of Field Day activities included a variety of relay races, which challenged students to get wet while holding onto squishy or slippery objects.
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Following a reschedule due to rain, the Southern Ute Indian Montessori Academy had great sunny weather for annual Field Day on Wednesday, May 15 at the field east of the SunUte Community Center.

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