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The fifth grade class divided up into teams and played an enthusiastic game of indoor hockey. (Johnson Publications photo)

Jodie Schuller’s fifth grade P.E. class warms up with traditional exercises demonstrated here as Miranda Spady, left, and Yesenia Ruiz partner up to do sit-ups at the beginning of class. (Johnson Publications photo)

Physical education today preparing students for lifetime of benefits

    Physical education (P.E.) classes from the past have evolved from the stereotype of a glorified recess or a set of drills to determine who can run the fastest and jump the highest, according to

The 9th St. Singers performed at the NCDA Festival in Imperial last week. They received a gold rating for their performance. (Johnson Publications photo)

The CCS junior high show choir performed at the NCDA Festival in Imperial last week. They received a gold rating for their performance, and were the only junior high group to receive a gold. (Johnson Publications photo)

Freshman Sophie Fiedler and accompanist Rob Browning share a laugh at the NCDA festival last week. Fielder is currently sitting out of choreographed performances due to an injured foot. (Johnson Publications photo)

Junior high, high school show choirs earn gold

Both Chase County Schools (CCS) show choirs received gold ratings at the rescheduled Nebraska Choral Directors Association (NCDA) festival last week.

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