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NCEMS Hosts Health Fair

By: Levi Kraisinger & Logan Parker

May 14, 2018

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    This year the Health Fair took on a new look with Mrs. Honeyman's and Mr. Bass' health classes running the show. This event took place on Wednesday, May 2, in the Nemaha Central Elementary and Middle School gymnasium. The Health Fair was a little different this year because there were a lot more booths than the previous years. The booths varied from informational booths all the way to complete games that used most of the time. Instead of everyone trying to share their booths at the same time the two gym classes were split into two times. One group going in the morning and the second group going in the afternoon. The students definitely enjoyed the new spin to gym class from just exercising, to exercising and learning important health facts to keep them in shape.

    Some of the booths at the health fair were educational games like spike ball but with a twist. The students were asked multiple choice questions if they caught the ball. One of the first questions was “Does the average man or women have more non-essential body fat?" Some of these questions the students did not know, but they would learn as they explored the booths and answered questions. Another game more about fitness would be fitness basketball. The kids each got a ball and they had to shoot from different dots all containing different exercises. If they missed they had to do ten exercises and if they made it they only had to do five. The kids really enjoyed the new spin to gym class instead of the boring old exercises and stretches. Mrs. Honeyman and Mr. Bass were both really proud of the seventh and eighth grade classes for having successful health fair activities and booths.

    Taryn Bergman said, "The health fair was a great learning experience for the presenters and the students participating."

    Isaac Lueger said, "I learned things that I hadn't learned before."

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