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updated: 5/28/2014 3:29 PM

Woodland Middle School takes road trip for field days activities

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  • Woodland Middle School seventh grade student Kayla Nommensen, left, gives high-fives to schoolmate Julia De La Cruz after climbing the wall at the Libertyville Sports Complex on Wednesday. Two hundred students spent the day at the complex participating in a variety of sports and activities.

       Woodland Middle School seventh grade student Kayla Nommensen, left, gives high-fives to schoolmate Julia De La Cruz after climbing the wall at the Libertyville Sports Complex on Wednesday. Two hundred students spent the day at the complex participating in a variety of sports and activities.
    Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

  • Woodland Middle School seventh grade student Kevin Czerwinski makes his way up the climbing wall during the Gurnee school's field day trip to the Libertyville Sports Complex on Wednesday.

       Woodland Middle School seventh grade student Kevin Czerwinski makes his way up the climbing wall during the Gurnee school's field day trip to the Libertyville Sports Complex on Wednesday.
    Paul Valade | Staff Photographer

 
 

While students look forward to school field day activities, the spring weather can play havoc on such events.

As a solution, schools are turning to the Libertyville Sports Complex for their students to celebrate the end of the school year with organized sports and activities.

On Wednesday, 200 Woodland Middle School seventh grade students converged on the complex for their field day activities. The students participated in wall climbing, soccer, basketball, floor hockey, dodgeball and volleyball.

The daylong field day programs are operating at the complex through Monday, June 9. Other districts participating are Libertyville Elementary District 70, Fremont Elementary District 79, Big Hollow Elementary District 38 and Oak Grove Elementary District 68.

For more information about the Libertyville Sports Complex and its upcoming summer camps, visit www.libertyville.com.

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