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Physical education gets a financial boost in Amsterdam

Students Anthony Serrano and Samarrah Dennis dance to the music on Thursday morning in the gym at Tecler Arts in Education Magnet School in Amsterdam.  The school district school has received grants for physical education.
Photographer: Marc Schultz
Students Anthony Serrano and Samarrah Dennis dance to the music on Thursday morning in the gym at Tecler Arts in Education Magnet School in Amsterdam. The school district school has received grants for physical education.
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Most years, Greater Amsterdam School District physical education teachers get a few hundred dollars for new equipment. It hasn’t been enough for a long time, but the yearly health budget is about to get a lot bigger. Director of secondary instruction Susan Stoya got a call from U.S. Rep. Paul Tonko’s office Monday alerting her to a $1.6 million federal Carol M. White Physical Education Program grant on its way to Amsterdam schools from the ...


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