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Skip to main content. Raising Healthy Active Kids. Every Body is Good. Implementation Tools and Resources. New resources for school food service. It also provides practical tips for parents to improve diet and fitness at home, profiles schools that have successfully switched to healthier foods, and inspires parents to join together and press for changes in their schools. Transportation: Twenty ways to raise funds without candy. Wellness Wellness Policy Wellness Committee.
Nearly all schools are meeting the updated nutrition standards for school lunchbut there is still more work to do to ensure all kids have access to healthy, appealing food throughout school campuses. Make your voice heard in the halls of Congress, in city halls, and in corporate boardrooms. A PDF newsletter cspinwt Healthy fundraising ideas. Many health and nutrition experts are featured in the video, including Dr.
Your tax-deductible gift fuels the fight for safer, healthier food. Food is often used to reward good behavior. Web-based resources that offers specific, simple bulleted list of ways to promote health through healthy fund raising.
These include fact sheets on childhood obesity, tips on healthier eating, and information on school wellness policies. What schools can do. Sweet Deals: School Fundraising can be Healthy and Profitable It offers parents solutions, and ideas for simple things they can do in their own lives,schools, and communities.
Family Book bag is for children ingrades K-2 and can be used in classrooms, out-of-school-time programs,home-visiting programs or any other programs that serve children in thisage group. Unfortunately, the reward oftenundermines nutrition education and encourages over consumption of foodshigh in fat or sugar. The Family Book bag program was created so that children andtheir families can have fun reading together at home, while at the sametime learning about eating healthy and being physically active.
Resources to Improve Schools. You also may search for a specific topic. There are two minute lessons for each grade K-6, twolessons for 7th and 8th grades, and two lessons for 9thth grades. Enrolling a Student Kindergarten Program Options.
Resources for education policymakers. Healthy School Fundraising Success Stories Center for Science in the Public Interest Atip sheet of fundraising ideas that feature a variety of alternativesto selling candy or other foods of low nutritional value for schools,youth scholofundraising, and organizations.
A free downloadable 21 page companion guide to the video is also available, and includes a summary of the video, sample discussion questions and handouts. Schools across the country are working hard to improve school nutrition.
EveryBody is Good Curriculum EBIG is a set of lessons designed for use byany teacher to promote healthy weight and a positive body image instudents.
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This fall, Bethel Park School Cafeterias are meeting tough new federal nutrition standards for school meals. Click here to learn more. Read More Forms are available under "Quick Links" to the right.
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Milmaran Twenty ways to raise funds schoolfnudraising candy. It offers parents solutions, and ideas for simple things they can do in their own lives,schools, and communities. Milk vending — a new option. Food is often used to reward good behavior. A free downloadable 21 page companion guide to the video is also available, and includes a summary of the video, sample discussion questions and handouts. Raising Healthy Active Kids.
Choose one involving food or not involving food—whatever you and the other leaders decide best fits your group. Community Advice ghkunkel writes: Craig, thank you for your response. Yes, the guide provides some great ideas, but I want to know what other schools are doing to raise important funds for school academics and activities, but in a way that does not promote food. I am especially concerned since my kids are entering school. I think it is an important issue for parents to address as they are finding ways to financially support the school. Thank you for your suggestion to go to the Yellow Pages. I will check it out.
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