THE TROUSDALE SCHOOL
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THE TROUSDALE SCHOOL received a donation of 37 pedometers from Richard Dean, manager of the Cleveland Walgreen’s on 25th Street. The school is beginning a more concentrated effort to improve the fitness of its students, and getting them walking more will be a beneficial tool.  The students are enjoying tracking their steps while at school, and the staff is excited to see their progress. From left are Shane Smith, Dustin Sandidge, Meg Best and Cissy Kirkpatrick.
THE TROUSDALE SCHOOL received a donation of 37 pedometers from Richard Dean, manager of the Cleveland Walgreen’s on 25th Street. The school is beginning a more concentrated effort to improve the fitness of its students, and getting them walking more will be a beneficial tool. The students are enjoying tracking their steps while at school, and the staff is excited to see their progress. From left are Shane Smith, Dustin Sandidge, Meg Best and Cissy Kirkpatrick.
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THE TROUSDALE SCHOOL received a donation of 37 pedometers from Richard Dean, manager of the Cleveland Walgreen’s on 25th Street. The school is beginning a more concentrated effort to improve the fitness of its students, and getting them walking more will be a beneficial tool. The students are enjoying tracking their steps while at school, and the staff is excited to see their progress. From left are Shane Smith, Dustin Sandidge, Meg Best and Cissy Kirkpatrick.