Raw activity data for each subject were binned in 10-min intervals and then averaged across either school or nonschool days, giving each subject two averaged 24-hour activity profiles. Individual profiles were then used to construct activity waveforms for school and nonschool days in 2016–2017 (Fig. 1). Waveforms were analyzed using a two-way ANOVA with year and time of day as factors, followed by Sidak’s multiple comparisons.

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