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Students Have New Option To Meet Phys Ed Requirement

Story By: Brigitte Coles

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 1/22/2014

Mansfield Senior High School students will now have a new option to help meet their physical education curriculum requirement.

The board of education passed a resolution Tuesday at the regular meeting that allows students participating in athletics, band or cheerleading for two semesters to receive credit for physical education requirements.

Supt. Brian Garverick said the new option is a plus for students.

"This allows kids the options in their schedule to take classes that would be filled with physical education," Garverick said.

Garverick said the option may encourage students to become more involved in athletics.

   
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