Jets player Quinton Coples visits P.S. 9 in Prospect Heights to encourage students to exercise, eat healthy

Coples visited P.S. 9 because of the school's strong dedication to health and fitness. The school principal says that in addition to going to gym class, students work on exercise and movement even when they are in the classroom.

Coples visited P.S. 9 because of the school's strong dedication to health and fitness. The school principal says that in addition to going to gym class, students work on exercise and movement even when they are in the classroom. (12/10/13)

BROOKLYN - Jets player Quinton Coples visited P.S. 9 in Prospect Heights this morning.

The students screamed and held up signs that said "Go Jets."

Coples visited P.S. 9 because of the school's strong dedication to health and fitness. The school principal says that in addition to going to gym class, students work on exercise and movement even when they are in the classroom.

Coples exercised with students and encouraged them to continue to eat healthy and exercise.

One student, Alma Mujovic, said, "I watch him all the time on TV and it was like a dream come true."
 

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