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Uni High Virtual Community

This website was inspired by Princeton's Winter Session Virtual Community Building website to help keep Uni High's community together while we stay safe from COVID-19. We will try to update this site as frequently as possible with news & activities, so make sure to keep checking in!

Feel free to make any suggestions for things we can add to the lists! You are welcome to make content (YouTube tutorials, writing, lists of your favorite books, etc.) to share on here! You can also lead an online workshop or talk!

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    • 150-minutes of activity per week
    • 3-days minimum activity per week (Week = Monday-Sunday)
    • PLT4M timestamps will be used for reporting minutes
    • Any activity outside of PLT4M needs to be reported over email to your specific P.E. teacher by Sunday at 5:00 p.m. (Date, Activity, Minutes) Your teacher will email you back if we have any questions, concerns, or comments.
    • Time above 150-minutes will not be carried over to the next grading period
  • Rachael's List of At Home Workouts
    1. You set a timer for one minute and do as many push-ups as you can.
    2. Go to the Uni Push-Ups 1 Google Form and complete the survey
    3. Repeat step 1 every day if you want to, but about a week after you submit the first survey, please DO repeat step 1, then
    4. Go to the Uni Push-Ups 2 Google Form to complete that (shorter) survey, by Friday, May 1.  This second survey won't be available until Monday the 27th, because I really want the data separated by a few days (optimally 7).

    Fun Facts! (As of Now)

    • Farthest DISTANCE from Uni is 1072 miles
    • Ages range from 13 to 61
    • Banana is the most popular pre-push-up fruit
    • Number of push-ups range from 9 to 92

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