Photo Gallery: Jump Rope for Heart at Highcliff Elementary
Highcliff Elementary students raised $6,539.89 for the American Heart Association through the school's first Jump Rope for Heart fundraiser.
The culminating event was held on April 17, when students in all grades participated in a variety of physical-fitness stations including many types of jumping rope, hooping and other activities.
Highcliff physical-education teacher Patrick Weber organized the program.
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