September 23, 2020

Should Tri-State Schools Add a Playground “Roughhousing Zone?” [POLL]

Kids will be kids. Full of energy that sometimes is hard to contain. While running, jumping, and climbing on the playground certainly helps burn up some of that energy that builds up during a school day, sometimes it’s not enough and they may find themselves wrestling around with each other.

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