Keeping Kids Engaged and Fit with May Moore’s iGames


Students at May Moore couldn’t wait for their turn to enter the gymnasium for a fun session of fitness and game-based learning during the school’s fifth annual iGames, sponsored by the May Moore Parent Faculty Club and held throughout the last week of February.

Guided by physical education teacher Craig Mangio, the students rotated through different stations, playing interactive video games that improved their health and fitness while enhancing teamwork.

“Our students are growing up as digital learners, therefore it makes sense to extend this technology to our health and fitness program,” said Principal Alicia Konecny.

“It was so great to see how engaged the students were in this fun and innovative activity,” said Associate Principal Christopher Molinelli. “We would like to thank the PFC and Mr. Mangio for setting up this excellent program for our school.”