Stay Active and Stay Warm

Stay Active and Stay Warm


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This will reflect an accurate grade immediately. If you have past due assignments
please reach out to your teacher. This applies to core classes only. Electives will stay the same.

As you start your new semester, create a daily schedule to keep you on track!
Students need to work 1 hour per day on each class, so schedule in 4-6 hours of school per day!

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How to Get Active in Really Cold Weather

Being successful in school is not just about studying and completing projects.
Students also need to get in some active time. Being active can help the brain get
ready to learn and helps you remember what you are learning. It can be difficult to
get outside when it is -11 degrees out! Below are some ideas on how to stay
active indoors when it is too cold outdoors.

5 Indoor Activities for When It’s Too Cold Outside

Do a workout or dance video
Learn a new dance move like the moon-walk
Play indoor games like broom hockey or hallway soccer
Play games with a beach ball or balloon
Bring out your yard games and play them inside

Did you know…

Wisconsin’s coldest recorded temperature was -55 degrees and it occurred on
February 2, 1996 in the Village of Couderay. This ranks 9th in the nation, behind South Dakota.

Bubbles will freeze when temperatures are between 9-12 degrees Fahrenheit

Wind Chill Temperature is defined only for temperatures at or below 50°F and wind speeds above 3 mph.

The “feel’s like” or “wind chill” temperature is to give you a better idea
as to what the weather feels like to the human body when you step outside.
It is determined when relative humidity is combined with air temperature and wind.

Stay Active and Stay Warm!