Jedidiah Jeune, right, joins fellow kindergartners in Ching Chong’s class at the David Lawrence Jr. Primary Learning Center in North Miami as they move along to a GoNoodle online routine shown on a classroom screen, on Friday, March 18, 2016. Starting in 2017-18, K-12 students in Florida will be able to attend any public school in the state that has space available.
Jedidiah Jeune, right, joins fellow kindergartners in Ching Chong’s class at the David Lawrence Jr. Primary Learning Center in North Miami as they move along to a GoNoodle online routine shown on a classroom screen, on Friday, March 18, 2016. Starting in 2017-18, K-12 students in Florida will be able to attend any public school in the state that has space available. MARSHA HALPER mhalper@miamiherald.com
Jedidiah Jeune, right, joins fellow kindergartners in Ching Chong’s class at the David Lawrence Jr. Primary Learning Center in North Miami as they move along to a GoNoodle online routine shown on a classroom screen, on Friday, March 18, 2016. Starting in 2017-18, K-12 students in Florida will be able to attend any public school in the state that has space available. MARSHA HALPER mhalper@miamiherald.com

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