Teachers Enjoy Being Wheels Of Change
Committed To Riding Their Bikes To Work, They Inspire Their Students To Give It A Try
"Armand Saccomanno's commute starts in North Windham every day around 6:10 a.m. He packs his gear bags with schoolwork, but instead of jumping into his car, he clicks his bike shoes onto the pedals of his trusty 1982 steel-framed Panasonic road bike - the "old jalopy" he calls it - and starts off on a 14-mile trek to E.O. Smith High School, where he teaches social studies. Saccomanno, 40, has been biking to work for 11 years, rain or shine, in all seasons .... " Read the full Courant article by Lori Riley.
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