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You’re the Cure Advocates Speak Out on the Importance of PE

Heart-healthy habits start at a young age – and North Carolina parents know that when their children participate in regular physical education, they are learning healthy skills they can use the rest of their lives.

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That’s why advocates like you spoke up and wrote to tell our state education leaders that we want to prioritize PE in the state’s education plan!

On November 14, Sarah Jacobson presented Lou Fabrizio, from the Department of Public Instruction, with your letters to show just how many advocates from around the state care about PE in their local schools. We hope that your voice will help ensure that PE is a priority in the new education plan.

To speak out on behalf of our children’s health, go here.

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