We were on vacation for 10 days of this challenge, but it was still easy to find time for Hunter to read for 30 minutes. He loves books and is always sneaking books to bed with him and waiting for us to close his door so he can read more. He hit his 900 minutes and was pretty proud of his name at the top of the chart in his classroom!
Our local member went into the school at the end of the challenge and set up an obstacle course for the kids to run through. They all received prizes and had a lot of fun. Then the award for the students who made the top cop level was a drive to school by our RCMP who were dressed in full serge!
When the program was first introduced to Hunter, he thought the final prize was that the RCMP would be on his beck and call to drive him whenever he wanted! He was a little disappointed to when he found out it was only one drive!
Thank you to Constable Drapeau for running this program in our school and thank you to Corporal Hack for driving Hunter to school!
|How Canadian kids get to school! HA!|
|On his way!|
|Outside our school|
|Our Top Cops!|
|Thanking the members for putting on the program.|