School sports may get credit boost in Manchester
The board's Coordination Committee voted unanimously on Tuesday to support the policy, which would permit students who participate on a sports team for at least two seasons to receive one credit over the course of their time in high school. The credit would replace the required two half credits in physical education classes.
Currently, student athletes can receive a half credit for participating on a sports team for at least two seasons.
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