DDR in Physical Education class
The interactive dancing arcade game known as Dance Dance Revolution (DDR) was first released in Japan in 1998. The game was later released in the United States in 2001. It became so popular amongst children and teenagers in the U.S. that video game consoles such as Playstation 2 and Xbox responded to consumer demand by creating home versions of the game. At present, Cobalt Flux, Inc. manufactures the most durable home version dance pads on the market.
The system was purchased from monies from the United Way "Make the Move" Wellness Grant, Bluff View Special Fund, and Lake City Education Foundation.