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JumpRope Reporting System

Elementary Schools Using JumpRope as a Reporting System


Appleton Village School, Appleton

                We use JumpRope.


Biddeford School Department, Biddeford

                We use JumpRope.


Camden-Rockport Elementary, Rockport

               Camden-Rockport Elementary School is.  Currently we are using it 1-4 and are still trying to decide if K is going to use it. 


Chelsea Elementary, Chelsea

                We use JumpRope.


Lincolnville Central School, Lincoln

                We have used JumpRope for 4 years.


Kittery School Department (Traip Academy, Shapleigh Middle, Horace Mitchell Primary Schools)

                We use this program 2-12. Working on it for K-1. 


Narragansett, Great Falls, and Village Schools, Gorham

                All use JumpRope.


Princeton Elementary School, Princeton

                We use JumpRope.


Raymond Elementary School, Raymond

                We use it at Raymond Elementary School. This is year 4 with the platform so I have a pretty good handle on the pros and cons.


RSU #38

                We use JumpRope in grades 3-5.


SAD 13 Moscow Elementary (PreK-3), Quimby School (4-6), and Upper Kennebec Valley Jr/Sr High School (7th and 8th grade only)

                All use JumpRope.


Sacopee Valley Elementary School, Hiram

                We use JumpRope.


South Portland School District

                We are in our 4th year.

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