Hurricane damage forcing creative thinking when it comes to PE

White Oak High School is having to find creative ways to get physical education classes conducted while repairs are being made after damage from Hurricane Florence. (Christina Thompson, NewsChannel 12 photo)

Schools are back up and running but the after effects of Hurricane Florence are still impacting Eastern North Carolina.

One way that impact is felt is through physical education.

When a school loses its classrooms, cafeteria and gym all at the same time, educators have to come up with alternatives.

NewsChannel 12's Christina Thompson shows how Onslow County teachers are using their creativity to get children up and active.

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