South Point Jump Rope for Heart

South Point Elementary Kids Heart Challenge Recognition Assembly
Posted on 04/08/2019
South Point Kids Heart Challenge RecognitionSouth Point Elementary held its Jump Rope for Heart/Kids Heart Challenge recognition assembly on Friday, April 5.

Students were recognized for their achievement in the Jump Rope for Heart program and special recognition was given to Evan Frankenberg, Tyler Francis and Nathan Francis, who raised the most money.

Frankenberg, a kindergarten student, raised $735. Tyler Francis, a third-grade student, raised $729. Nathan Francis, a first-grade student, raised $704. The three students received a gift basket for their efforts.

There were approximately 70 South Point Elementary students who raised $15 or more.

A total of $7,238.50 was raised by South Point Elementary for Jump Rope for Heart – American Heart Association.

On hand for the assembly was Jen Rogers from the American Heart Association.

South Point Kids Heart Challenge Recognition
South Point Elementary recently held its Jump Rope for Heart/Kids Heart Challenge recognition assembly. The top sellers were Evan Frankenberg, front right, Tyler Francis (not pictured) and Nathan Francis, front left. Also pictured, from left, are South Point Elementary nurse Lori Ruether, Jen Rogers from the American Heart Association, and South Point Elementary teacher Adam Meyer.
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