Robert Toombs Christian Academy held its annual all-school Field Day on Wednesday, April 28. There were a total of 16 teams vying for the 2021 RTCA Field Day Trophy. Each team includes students in grades kindergarten through twelfth, with Senior students as the team captains. Some of the events included: water over-under, bat spin soccer, beach ball hockey, water obstacle course, water balloon toss, run waiter run, and of course the coveted tug of war. A new addition to Field Day this year was the Victory Lab. Students took a victory lap around the track with their team and were covered in colored powder as they ran their victory lap for completing Field Day. “I look forward to Field Day every year because we are the only school in the surrounding county who allows the whole school to participate in Field Day. I really enjoy getting to see our students come together as one. The Seniors really take control of their team and make sure the younger students are having a good time and help them get through each race. I would also like to thank the faculty for helping to run each of the races,” states Jake Wilkinson, Field Day Coordinator and RTCA Coach.
Front Row L-R: Kailen Brantley, John Martinez, Rachel Salter