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By Travis Daub
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By Simone Pathe
By PBS NewsHour and April Brown
Tom O'Neill, or Coach Tom, is the Playworks coordinator at Fox Hill Elementary. He makes sure kids have organized games to play at recess and visits each classroom regularly to give kids "brain breaks," a short time away from classwork where…
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