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New path connects Salmon Creek students to fitness and fun - 09/25/17

Thanks to its Parent-Teacher Association, the Salmon Creek Huskies have a new fitness path at their school. A ribbon-cutting ceremony at 8:45 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 5, will kick off the annual Husky Run, an event that takes students on a day-long trek to fitness, fun and fundraising.

The path has been the dream of PTA parent Tana Lander who coordinated years of fundraising efforts to make it a reality. Chris Robertson of Robertson Engineering donated time and expertise to design the path and see it through permitting and other county requirements.

This is the eighth year of the Salmon Creek Husky Run. Each year, students in every grade level challenge themselves to run or walk laps as they can to raise money in support of PTA-sponsored school programs and projects.

UPDATE: Sept. 7 Outdoor activities - 09/07/17

Outdoor activities are approved for Thursday, Sept. 7, except for students with asthma, respiratory infections, heart and lung disease and diabetes. These students are to remain indoors unless they have written permission from their parents to participate in outdoor activities and athletics.