Students at F.E. Bellows Elementary School worked together in a number of team-building activities and physical challenges as a culmination to the school year during their annual Field Days on June 9 for fourth-graders and June 13 for third-graders.

They participated in a variety of stations, including bucket brigade where they threw water balloons, as well as a Frisbee-making station, a dunk tank station and a number of obstacle courses and relay races.

“The goal for the day was to let the students have fun,” said Joan Spedafino, a fourth-grade teacher and team leader. “[Field Day] is a culmination of the year and it brings together the whole grade.”

In addition to providing students with a fun afternoon, Field Day also allowed them to participate in events and activities that celebrated physical fitness and well-being.

Field Days were made possible thanks to PTSA members, who helped organize the events.