Wednesday, April 1st is the LAST DAY to register for this event and receive a t-shirt with your registration packet. T-shirts will not be available for purchase after this day. You may still register from April 2nd - April 25th but a t-shirt will not be included in your registration.
On Saturday, April 25, 2015, Andy Woods will host our fifth annual fun run. The proceeds for Run for the Woods will benefit the school and the community because all of the proceeds will be used to help Andy Woods bring “The Leader in Me” to our school! Schools across America have been successfully incorporating the Leader in Me, which includes the 7 Habits of Highly Effective People and other basic leadership skills, into their core curriculum in unique and creative ways. The results have been phenomenal! Schools are reporting improvements in academic scores, reduced discipline problems, greater parent satisfaction, soaring student self-confidence, improved school cultures, increased teacher pride, and a refined focus on twenty-first century skills. This is your opportunity to help build 21st century leaders at A ndy Woods Elementary!
Registration forms can be found under the Documents Tab
All races will begin and end in front of Andy Woods Elementary. Please click on the documents tab to view the map of the races and parking options.
1st, 2nd and 3rd place awards will be given for each age group for the 1 mile and 5K runs. All 50 yard dash participants will receive a certificate. You must be present to receive your award. For more information contact: Ashley Phelps, 903-262-1280 or email@example.com
5k start time 8:30 am
1 mile start time 8:45 am
As always, part of our school’s mission is to promote happy, healthy children. Last year, our Run for the WOODS! helped one of our very own students, Meadow Johnson. Meadow has been diagnosed with a brain tumor. Meadow was born with a genetic disorder called Neurofibromatosis, or NF1. This condition causes tumors to grow anywhere on or in the body along various types of nerves and, in addition, can affect the development of non-nervous tissues such as bones and skin. All proceeds from this event went to the Meadow Johnson family to help with medical expenses.