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Students exercise good judgment

Crossing guards at Woonsocket’s Kevin Coleman Elementary School celebrate International Walk to School Day Oct. 3. Thirty-six schools across the state joined in recognizing the importance of exercise for mental and physical health. In Woonsocket, Mayor Leo Fontaine, rear center, Coleman Principal Lisa Jacques, upper right, and Miss Rhode Island Kelsey Fournier, far left, joined the celebration. Students, parents and teachers also walked and biked to school together.

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Students exercise good judgment

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Crossing guards at Woonsocket’s Kevin Coleman Elementary School celebrate International Walk to School Day Oct. 3. Thirty-six schools across the state joined in recognizing the importance of exercise for mental and physical health. In Woonsocket, Mayor Leo Fontaine, rear center, Coleman Principal Lisa Jacques, upper right, and Miss Rhode Island Kelsey Fournier, far left, joined the celebration. Students, parents and teachers also walked and biked to school together.

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