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  • Kindergartners make plea for recess

    Kindergartners at Miami Gardens Elementary School seem to have all the facts down about the benefits recess can bring. These energetic 5 and 6-year-olds feel the need for some sunshine and fresh air.

Kindergartners at Miami Gardens Elementary School seem to have all the facts down about the benefits recess can bring. These energetic 5 and 6-year-olds feel the need for some sunshine and fresh air. Emily Michot Miami Herald
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House leaders won’t say if they’ll act on school recess. Parents grow impatient.

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