Blog Posts

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  • Race Against Breast Cancer

    By: Meghan Schramm As the fall season approaches and the weather is cooler, now is the perfect time to get active for a cause. October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and setting up a campaign to get the community involved is easier than ever with Facebook and GoFundMe. Challenge yourself and your community to get…

  • Our 2022 – 2023 Recognized Schools

    Congratulations to our 2022-2023 Healthy School Recognized Campus recipients!

  • Brain Breaks

    By: Logan Bishop School at any age, but especially during childhood, can begin to feel structured, repetitive, and long. How can we break up the monotony of school routines to help students feel energized and refocused? With BRAIN BREAKS of course! Brain breaks in school can take place during scheduled periods like science or math,…

  • The Health Challenge: Encouraging kids to choose healthy living!

    By: Kem Nwadei Kids begin learning healthy behaviors at an early age. As they grow older, they continue picking up different health habits from home, school, and their friends. By promoting healthy living in schools, we can encourage kids to make positive health choices. One way to keep kids motivated and interested in learning healthy…

  • Healthy After School Recipe: Ants on a Log!

    By: Carolina Rodriguez According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the benefits of healthy eating for children include supporting brain development, healthy growth, and helping to boosting immunity. A snack that contains both veggies and protein, like ants on a log, is a great combination for kids coming home from school as…

  • Our 2021 – 2022 Recognized Schools

    Congratulations to our 2021-2022 Healthy School Recognized Campus recipients!