Please format this as a cutline on the two photos!!Third-grader Melody Diaz presented a polaroid of herself riding a scooter to her class at Johnson Elementary on Oct. 26, 2021. Two physical education teachers at Johnson Elementary School introduced the “Wall of Wow” for students to showcase artifacts of physical activity outside of school. “These kids are so excited about showing us what they’re doing on their weekends and after school and they’re finding some enthusiasm for it again,” Kate Taylor, a physical education paraprofessional, said. “After COVID, It seemed like there was a lot of screen time happening, so we’re trying to get them away from that both at school in PE and at home.”

Please format this as a cutline on the two photos!! Third-grader Melody Diaz presented a polaroid of herself riding a scooter to her class at Johnson Elementary on Oct. 26, 2021. Two physical education teachers at Johnson Elementary School introduced the “Wall of Wow” for students to showcase artifacts of physical activity outside of school. “These kids are so excited about showing us what they’re doing on their weekends and after school and they’re finding some enthusiasm for it again,” Kate Taylor, a physical education paraprofessional, said. “After COVID, It seemed like there was a lot of screen time happening, so we’re trying to get them away from that both at school in PE and at home.”

Please format this as a cutline on the two photos!!Third-grader Melody Diaz presented a polaroid of herself riding a scooter to her class at Johnson Elementary on Oct. 26, 2021. Two physical education teachers at Johnson Elementary School introduced the “Wall of Wow” for students to showcase artifacts of physical activity outside of school. “These kids are so excited about showing us what they’re doing on their weekends and after school and they’re finding some enthusiasm for it again,” Kate Taylor, a physical education paraprofessional, said. “After COVID, It seemed like there was a lot of screen time happening, so we’re trying to get them away from that both at school in PE and at home.”

Anna Lynn Winfrey is a staff writer for the Montrose Daily Press.

Anna Lynn Winfrey is a staff writer for the Montrose Daily Press.

Anna Lynn Winfrey is a staff writer for the Montrose Daily Press.

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