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Fossil, you have a very narrow view of the benefits of a sports program. The sole purpose of one is not to prepare students for careers in professional sports. Sports teaches students more than the "rules of the game". First of all we all need some exersice in our lives. It helps with heart rates, body development. Track, tennis, golf etc. are life long activities that can be played all of our lives. More importantly, when your child gets out into the REAL world in their chosen professions, you do and will come in contact with people from every race, familiy backgrounds, IQ level, salary levels and on and on. You do not live or grow up in a homogenized world. We are a nation and world made up of many backgrounds and mixtures who do and must be involved with each other in school, work, recreation, neighborhood and so on. Preparing your children for a successful life means preparing them to live in the real world wherever they go. If you are cooncerned about your child being in a school of mixed backgrounds, think a minute. How many of your family came to America on the Mayflower? Each one of us has some degree of a culture mixture and it seems that this makes the most interesting people, life styles and foods.How many of you go out for Chinese, Italian, Mexican, Polish, Greek, Cuban and so on.
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