A charter school that plans to have 50 minutes a day in physical education and alternative teaching programs has submitted plans to open on U.S. 1.
“Our students study the core subjects like all other students. They also have hands-on experience with subjects such as gardening and fish farming,” said Kendall Artusi, Chief Executive Officer and founder of Bright Futures Academy Charter School Inc, which has campuses in North Palm Beach and Palm Beach Gardens.
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