You might remember on October 9th, Mrs. Tiffany Gunther had her 4th graders give us their
definitions of what some running words meant. Their answers were both funny and creative! I loved them! Since then, the students have learned the true definitions. Mrs. Gunther said, "Now that they know the words, they wrote good luck notes to all of you using those same running terms as before."
These well-wishes are fantasic. As always, feel free to comment--as the students, their parents and teachers will be looking at this post often!
By the way, Mrs. Gunthers students will be meeting her for the last 1.2 miles and running with her to the finish line, so a big GOOD LUCK to all of the students as well!
Thanks so much!
Good luck notes from Mrs. Gunther’s class.
- Good luck runners! I hope you drink Gu to get lots of energy to win the marathon! – Adriana
- I hope you guys taper well for your final last few days of practice. – Will
- Good luck! I hope your feet don’t pronate. – Jasmine
- I hope you guys do real good on your marathon. Make sure to not hit the wall. – Tyler P.
- I hope you can run as fast at Prefontaine! Try your very best! – Jessica
- Runners – Remember Body Glide will make you slick and make you feel good! – Boun
- You won’t bonk if you put forth your best effort! – Raguel
- Good luck runners! Did any of you cross train before the race? – Jose
- I know you’ll do great. I’m sure when your second wind hits you’ll be very happy! – Kai
- Good luck runners. I hope you do your best and I hope you don’t get chaffed. – Damon
- Good luck runners! I hope you put your Gu on your hydration belt. – Josh H.
- Good luck! You are going to do very well. Eat good and you will get to mile 26. It would be best if you would carbo-load. – Jordan H.
- -Hopefully you guys will win. Wear a singlet so you don’t get overheated and sick. – Caleb
- Good luck runners. Make sure you carbo-load before the race. – Josh V.
- Good luck to every runner. I hope you do your best. I bet you will all get a runner’s high! - Brenden