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  • Head O’ Meadow Students Study The Olympics

    Head O’ Meadow students in Carol Howard’s first grade class recently studied the Olympics, and thanks to school security guard Mike Kaylor, the students were introduced to a piece of Olympic history.

    When studying the Olympics, Ms Howard said the students wrote about what sport they would chose to practice, who they would practice with, and what healthy foods they would eat.

    Student Rachael Albrecht said she wrote about snowboarding and would “eat a lot of good food” to stay healthy for it.

  • Reconciling Spiritual And Athletic Priorities

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  • Grapplers Sound Off On Potential Cut Of Wrestling From Olympics

    Wrestling may soon lose some validity at a high level, and those involved in the sport locally recognize that there may be a trickledown effect. The Executive Board of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), on February 12, agreed on the 25 sports it will propose to the 125th IOC session for approval as the core sports for the 2020 Summer Olympic Games — and recommended that wrestling not be included, joining seven shortlisted sports.