"It's really nice to have the exercise balls, they're way better than the old seats," said 4th grader Corey Trigg. "At first it was a little weird, but now I don't even think about it."
Pick has seen the benefits first hand and says it really helps students, who might otherwise be a little fidgety, stay focused. "It's been great. The students have done a great job with them and handled the transition well. I'm glad we did it."