Friday, August 12, 2011

Primary Interhouse Track Meet

The Primary Schools in Fiji have a track meet during the year just as the High Schools.  We went over for a few hours and watched a few races.  It was a cloudy day with temperatures in the high 60's, probably 68, with a cool breeze.  I had on a light sweater for a while.  Of course many of the Fijians were very cold and looked like they were ready for the Winter Olympics. 

Some of the teachers: Sister Tekabua, Sister Nathan, and Sister Rokobuludrau

The students were divided into 4 teams or "houses", and each team had their own color.  This is the Nephite house in red.  They had a really good cheering section.
Sister Rabuka (I love her!) another teacher, ready to keep the records. 

The Jaredite House dressed in yellow.

The Mulekite House had a good cheering section also.  Someone brought some blue face paint to share as you can see.
The Lehite House was dressed in green.  They had a hard time getting their group in one place.  But they were having a good time.

These boys have the spirit of the games!

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