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Westmoor Principal Issues Snow Day Challenge to Students | KTIC Radio

Westmoor Principal Issues Snow Day Challenge to Students

Westmoor Principal Issues Snow Day Challenge to Students

One Scottsbluff Public School principal is proposing a unique way for his students to have a little fun while they practice social distancing while school doors are closed.

Westmoor Principal Bert Wright has issued a “Snow Day Challenge” to students and staff members.

The goal- send a picture or short video of a staff member or student doing something with the snow. It could be shoveling, sledding, building a snow fort, but no snowball fights!

Responses can be emailed to, messaged through Remind, or on Twitter @WestmoorCats by the end of the day Thursday.

Wright says for each response he receives, he and his daughters will do two push-ups. He says if there is a 100% response rate, that would equate to approximately 1,000 push-ups.

His counter for students and their families would be a set benchmark for each response. Wright says families and students could chose to do one push-up or sit-up for each response, or opt to read a few pages in a book as well.

Wright says he’ll try to do some type of online challenge per week while school is in session.

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