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Preparing for the End of the Season. HEAT and Rain. Remind students. Avoid Puddles Avoid running through water if possible. Watch out for cups and banana peels. What to wear to the starting line?.

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Preparing for the end of the season

Preparing for theEnd of the Season

HEAT andRain


Remind students
Remind students

  • Avoid Puddles

  • Avoid running through water if possible.

  • Watch out for cups and banana peels.


What to wear to the starting line
What to wear to the starting line?

Tell students to start looking for “throw away” clothes – Sweatshirts, raincoats, sweatpants etc.

Wear to starting line, throw away once race starts

Consider a flyer in the teacher’s mailboxes making requests for the above items


Bring garbage bags they convert to throw away raincoats
Bring Garbage Bags(they convert to throw-away raincoats)

Marathon Goodie Bag might have a throw-away rain coat. Make sure the students bring it!!!!




Tights are recommended for cold rain not sweats during race
Tights are recommended for cold rain(Not Sweats during race)


Parents and the weather
PARENTS and the Weather

  • Some will not allow students to run in the rain. Some will not allow their child to run in the heat. Consider a parent meeting before March 17.

  • Remind students and parents that the marathon is “Rain or Shine”


Grouping runners together
Grouping Runners Together

  • Safer

  • More motivational


Fanny packs
Fanny Packs

Candy for Energy

Band Aids

Gum

Cash


The turtles
The Turtles

  • Stay with them!

  • Assign a slower leader to them.

  • Let me know if you have someone you need me to watch [email protected]

  • Drama = Pulling the kid from the race especially at the last two events.


If there is extreme heat
If there is extreme heat...

  • What can you do as a leader?


Bring sun block
Bring sun block

  • All skin types

  • At least SPF of 15 or higher

  • Remind guys that if they take shirt off because they are hot they will get burned and it may hurt rather than help


Tell kids to wear sunglasses
Tell kids to wear Sunglasses

  • Feels cooler and stops squinting

  • Protects the eyes

  • Cools the body


Remind the students drink more water
Remind the students:Drink more water

  • Require them to bring a water bottle or provide them for before the race.

  • Marathon has good supply of water.

  • Drink every mile ++ (at least every 20 minutes)

  • No matter the weather students should try to drink every mile.

  • Remind students to drink at least 8 glasses of water a day.



Run in the shade when possible
Run in the Shade when possible

  • Don’t wait until you are miserable to be sensible!


Tell students:If they becomes dizzy or get the chills, they should stop, drink water or GatoradeGet help if it doesn’t stop


Email me
Email Me

  • If you have students that you know will be FAR behind or any other notes you would like me to be aware of.

  • [email protected]


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