Raise Your Hand

All children – from all racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic groups, through all grades, and in urban and rural settings – benefit from regular physical activity and good nutrition. In fact, children who are healthy and active learn better, perform better academically, and have fewer behavioral problems. 

Schools play an important role in helping kids learn and practice healthy nutrition and physical activity habits, but everyone should have a vested interest in promoting the health of children.

Join the School Wellness Action Team to raise your hand and ask decision makers to make sure we support school wellness.

 

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Together, we can help children be physically active, develop their minds, and form healthy nutrition habits. Join us today!



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