Cecil Sly Elementary
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What you should know about youth concussions
The High Desert Education Service District and The Center Foundation are hosting a FREE community presentation for parents, students, families, teachers, school staff, coaches, trainers, referees and all community members interested in learning about youth concussions. Featured speakers include: Viviane Ugalde, MD, Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation for The Center: Orthopedic & Neurosurgical Care & Research; and Sondra Marshall, PhD, Psychologist for St. Charles Behavioral Health Services. Parents and athletes will also share personal recovery stories.
6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Bend Parks and Recreation
River Bend Community Room
799 SW Columbia Street, Bend
No registration required
Contact: Carol Stiles, 541-322-2399 or visit centerfoundation.org.
Commissioner Fahlgren came to Cecil Sly Elementary in character to support the Storyline training. It was a great opportunity to publicly thank him for the funding support which made the training possible. Approximately 30 teachers are spending the week developing their Storyline skills thanks to Crook County Judge and Commissioners. The focus is on local watersheds and the ability to bring science, social sciences and the arts to life for our students.
Our Baton Pass Along each year has become a wonderful tradition of health, personal best and family connections. Through the year, Mr. Yuma works to encourage the students to set goals in PE and encourages them at Run Club. If you were to watch all his lessons one right after another on a video playback at high speed, you would see a consistent theme. He cares about the health and physical well being of the kids. By the time our Baton Pass comes along, students have grown considerably in their personal physical skills. Baton Pass Along day is a great time to go for a school record or more laps than the student ran the year prior. Lap after lap and grade level after grade level, songs play from the announcer’s booth for the kids and parents. Shout-outs to our volunteers are heard all day long. Students really enjoy the encouraging words as they turn up the effort for the final laps. The Baton Pass Along is just one of the great things that happen at your school.