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Tenth Street School fifth-grader Brayden Schue joined his classmates in counting out loud while stretching early this morning on the tennis courts at Jaycee Park in Jasper before walking to school from there. Many the school’s students were dropped off at the park this morning so they could participate in Walk to School Day. The event supports the Greater Jasper Consolidated Schools Wellness Policy that promotes health in the school community. …

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