But on Tuesday afternoons during the school year, Laura had the opportunity to travel a few miles up 695 to share the fun of physical fitness with the students of The Auburn School in Baltimore. The Auburn School educates bright students with social and communication challenges and helps them discover their social and academic potential.
The school opened last September with kids in grades kindergarten through 7th, according to Marjorie Hoffman, head of the school. She says that providing physical education for the kids is an essential part of their development.
Marjorie also happens to be a member of LifeBridge Health & Fitness. One day while working out, she noticed Laura teaching kids as part of the center’s Fit Kids program.
One conversation led to another and soon Laura was brought on to instruct the students in fitness last fall.
Every Tuesday afternoon Laura led the students in exercise drills, team building exercises and other fun activities.
Here Laura explains more about the program:
The school is currently on summer break, but both Laura and Marjorie can’t wait for the fall to roll around. Laura plans to be back in a special capacity teaching the students just how much fun physical fitness can be.
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