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Gym turned on its head

Some schools now offer latest, greatest; others, hardly anything

Students practiced yoga during a physical education elective at Norwood High. Students practiced yoga during a physical education elective at Norwood High. (Globe Staff Photo / Matthew J. Lee)
By Emily Sweeney
Globe Staff / January 10, 2008

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At the Deerfield School in Westwood, second-graders climb on elaborate gymnastic equipment, tumble across colorful mats, and hang from horizontal bars. At Norwood High School, students take power yoga. At Scituate High, golf, horseshoes, and shuffleboard are offered. At Weymouth High School, students learn to square dance. (Full article: 1062 words)

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