Osseo schools head off misbehavior before it starts
It was 10 a.m., and Brian Thul’s day was running right on schedule. Three boys were jogging in place in the intervention room at Fair Oaks Elementary, with Thul alternating between coaching and counting down the seconds left — 3, 2, 1.
“Quick feet, quick feet!” he called as the boys panted ragged breaths. Jogging was followed by more cardio and then several minutes of twisting into yoga poses.