VIDEO: Highland Park Elementary’s first Move-A-Thon!

Spring break has just begun for Seattle Public Schools – classes resume on April 16th. And it was a fun final pre-break day at Highland Park Elementary, as HPE PTA president Connie Wolf explains:

This morning Highland Park Elementary students rocked the tie dye at our first annual Move-A-Thon!

This fun event was made possible by our incredible school staff, passionate parents, and community-minded sponsors (Rain City West Screen Printing, Roxbury Lanes, Pagliacci Pizza, and West Seattle Runner). Also a very special thanks to our friends at Gatewood Elementary and Genesee Hill Elementary for their guidance. It’s been a landmark year for the HPE PTA, and it has everything to do with the support we’ve received from our West Seattle village.

(HPE principal Chris Cronas)

This is what your generosity and thoughtfulness helps us accomplish!

3 Replies to "VIDEO: Highland Park Elementary's first Move-A-Thon!"

  • KD April 6, 2018 (7:06 pm)

    OMGosh! That second photo with the smiling beautiful little girl.. it looks like she literally has angels wings sprouting out from her back! Usually I love spotting orbs in photos, but the gauzy mystical wings behind her is so awesome and cool!! (what does anyone else think? Is it just me?!!)  👼🏽

  • Hollybee April 6, 2018 (10:11 pm)

    So!  Much!  Fun!  

    Thanks to all at hpe and the surrounding community for making this event a success – pta, students, and especially all of our incredible teachers.  We love you!

  • waikikigirl April 8, 2018 (4:03 pm)

    KD, I thought the same thing but was afraid of the outcome of sneers and how dare you’s if I commented, that little girl has a Guardian Angel looking over her for sure!

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