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April 28, 2008

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Andy Angelos

Fortunately, I was required to participate in physical education from K to the end of college. While remaining relatively fit through the years, I did experience some socially uncomfortable moments with physical education instructors. Aside from increasing the time dedicated to fitness, I also think the certification process needs to be revamped. Childhood weight problems can cause lifelong struggle, and I don't think more exercise alone is the answer.

Colleen G Hale

I have noticed the increase in the childhood obesity. If these children are to have a chance in life and for they're future, the need to have P.E. from a young age. I remember the types of actigities we did even from the kindergarden age that would help increase our ability to keep our bodies fit. Please pass this bill.

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