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Assistant Superintendent Dr. Laurie Hunter unveiled plans for the Duxbury public schools’ new K-12 Health and Wellness Curriculum at the School Committee meeting Wednesday, May 18.
Superintendent Dr. Ben Tantillo said he would like to include the health curriculum as a graduation requirement for seniors. Hunter, who noted that content will be decided and written out over the summer, said the point of the overhaul was to “touch base with kids each year on topics of health and wellness.”