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By SAMANTHA MORIN
Daily Press Staff Writer
Getting children moving is new teacher Kate DeHoyos’ goal.
DeHoyos is the new PE teacher at Hermosa Elementary School and Artesia High School’s new coach of JV “A” volleyball, as well as the assistant coach of JV softball. … For the rest of the story, subscribe in print and on the web.
It was during DeHoyos’ freshman year of college when a professor really motivated her to become a PE teacher.
“She was really good,” DeHoyos said. “She inspired me to become a PE teacher that actually teaches kids things.
“I like being around kids. I wanted to teach but not in a classroom setting, and sports are really important for kids to be active and to stay active long term.”