The school day has started and it is spooky how quiet and empty it is here! With so many students absent and/or being checked out early today, I thought it would be fun to gather some info on your solar eclipse viewing locations. Use the link below to add your data point to our crowdsourced ARCGIS map. Don't worry if you don't know what I just said... Just click the link, hover over my data point as an example and click on participate to add your own location. Choose any picture you'd like (I used a headshot) and tell us where you were when you viewed the solar eclipse. Mention that you are a Tritt student in the description field too! Come back later and click around to see where the rest of our students viewed the solar eclipse.
Our first Walk/Bike to school day will be on September 22nd. Starting the day by exercising your way to school is the best way to wake up, get your brain ready for learning, and lock in that great mood to last your whole day.
I'll be riding my bike to school, and would love for you to join me! Bikes will meet in the YMCA parking lot at 6:45, and we'll take off at 6:50. You must wear a helmet to join our group. Riders of all abilities are welcome!
Looking for more opportunities to get on your bike? Check out the Little Bellas mountain biking program! The 5-week Fall session starts September 10th and meets every Sunday at Blanket Creek Park in Woodstock. This program encourages girls between the ages of 7 and 13 to get outside, get dirty, and have fun on bikes. We'll play games on and off our bikes, make friends, work on biking skills, and enjoy the outdoors! Register here: littlebellas.regfox.com/woodstock-ga-sunday-program-session-2-spring-2017