Palm Beach Daily News: October 12, 2015
Sports competition for Palm Beach children is a common occurrence, ut for many of them, some of their toughest sporting endeavors come against classmates at field day.
Rosarian Academy students in grades five through eight squared off against each other Friday, wearing a kaleidoscope of T-shirts in their te colors. The special day was a culmination of an important week in the school year, ending the celebration of Rosarian week with Mission Day, of which Field Day is a part. Students get the chance to compete in events, including relay races, basketball, volleyball, dance, capture-the-flag, hula hoop and bocce.
Te Purple took first place with 175 points, three points ahead of the Te Green. Te Red finished with 170 points and Te Orange with 169. Although the tes competed to showcase the first-place trophy in their te leader’s classroom, the focus of Field Day was on good sportsmanship.