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Get Your Blog in Shape

Name: Get Your Blog in Shape Stacy Roper teaches Physical Education at J.H. House Elementary School in Conyers, Georgia. Roper created “Get Your Blog in Shape” to provide the school community with relevant health and fitness information. The majority of posts contain links to various articles or Web resources
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Stacy Roper teaches Physical Education at J.H. House Elementary School in Conyers, Georgia. Roper created “Get Your Blog in Shape†to provide the school community with relevant health and fitness information. The majority of posts contain links to various articles or Web resources concerning health and fitness.

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“Get Your Blog in Shape†provides a vehicle for discussions with students and faculty about various health and fitness issues, such as: exercise, obesity, legislation, injuries, and class activities. The site encourages students to voice their opinions and share ideas, which leads to interesting dialog both online and in the classroom. The blog also serves as an avenue for recognizing student achievement in Physical Education.

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