May 24, 2016: “Taiwan Brewer, 14, focused on the egg on his spoon.
Without looking up, he slowly walked about 15 feet to an orange cone and turned. His teammates — some of whom he had met only a couple of hours before — cheered for him as he moved back to where they waited in line for their turn.
“They’re cool,” Brewer, an eighth-grader at Pittsburgh’s Westinghouse Academy, said about his new classmates. “They’re not bad.”
Brewer was one of about 200 middle school students from Westinghouse and Wilkinsburg who got to know each other Tuesday through games like capture the flag and water balloon dodgeball.” Read the full article from the Trib.
For more on the PPS/WSD field day, check out this Pittsburgh Post-Gazette article as well.