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Running Club Helps Students Stay in Shape

Delilah Gun, a Hermosa Valley School student, writes about the Hermosa Valley Running Club.

Editor’s Note: Hermosa Valley School’s sixth grade journalism class is using the Patch blog to post some of their work under the guidance of teacher Christine Duclos.

By Delilah Gun

The Hermosa Valley School running club is a fun program where kids run after school and stay in shape.

It is on Mondays after school every week, even during breaks. We usually never run under 2 miles and run up to 6. Annie supervises the whole thing and runs too. 

She keeps the whole group thinking positive and telling everyone not to give up. Sometimes even teachers run too so they can stay fit just like the kids want to do.

The program encourages students to stay fit and eat healthy.

Kids just love this program and the teachers do too.

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