By IHT Spirit|2020-11-25T10:27:46-06:00November 25th, 2020|Shared Content|
Originally published Nov. 24, 2020 by the Independent Tribune. By Victoria Young Johnson C. Smith University worked with Academy Sports + Outdoors of Concord to provide a Charlotte elementary school with $1,000 worth of physical
By IHT Spirit|2020-11-23T17:40:31-06:00November 23rd, 2020|Shared Content|
Originally published Nov. 19, 2020 by the Long Island Herald. By Adam Flash “We have a saying in my PE classes,” said Charles Rizzuto, a health and physical education teacher at Oyster Bay High School.
Originally published Nov. 9, 2020 by 13CBS Sacramento. By Marlee Ginter It’s not easy keeping kids active during the pandemic. Distance learning has many in front of a screen for hours every day. That’s why
By IHT Spirit|2020-11-16T11:06:08-06:00November 16th, 2020|Shared Content|
Originally published Nov. 13, 2020 by the Herald-Whig. By Deborah Gertz Husar Quincy Public Schools Superintendent Roy Webb sees joining in with students in a physical education activity as a “fun part” of the job.
By IHT Spirit|2020-11-09T11:48:29-06:00November 9th, 2020|Shared Content|
Originally published Nov. 9, 2020 by Sandy Post. By Brittany Allen As schooling has moved online because of the COVID-19 pandemic, teachers have had to become increasingly flexible. For some, distance learning has even changed
By IHT Spirit|2020-11-06T11:51:01-06:00November 6th, 2020|Shared Content|
Originally published Nov. 5, 2020 by Daily Southtown. By Jeff Vorva During recent parent/teacher conferences, Hillcrest High School teacher Amy Trench had more than one conversation with parents on a topic that she thought she