Nathaniel Woodhull Elementary School in the William Floyd School District recently took second place in the third annual New York State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance (NYS AHPERD) Suffolk Zone “Get Moving NY” contest as selected by the Suffolk Zone Executive Board and voters in an online contest held earlier this year. For their efforts, Nathaniel Woodhull will receive $750 in physical education and health supplies from Flaghouse, a sporting equipment company.
The video, “Woodhull Moves,” submitted by physical education teachers Chris Mocera and Teresa Carrozzo, highlights all of the fun and exciting ways students stay active in gym class.
“The physical education staff, students and community, demonstrated great support for this contest,” said Drew Walker, President, Suffolk Zone, in a letter congratulating Nathaniel Woodhull on its achievement. “Congratulations to the physical education staff and students for promoting the physical education program. Job well done!”