Gardens, Spurs Hype Squad & Technology all promoting a healthy life in our schools this month
Go Public is showcasing health and wellness during the month of October. Our public schools have a key role in helping to create healthier, happier students and employees. From community gardens to technology - school wellness incorporates learning, engagement, and life-long habits.
Check out what Harlandale ISD, Judson ISD, SAISD, Northside ISD, South San ISD have been doing to promote #livingyourbestlife
9/29 : Judson ISD
The big JISD District Rodeo is coming up in October at Rutledge Stadium and it's always amazing to see the skills these kids have learned. Take a look at these campus events and see how they roll!
SAISD The San Antonio Spurs Hype Squad took over P.E. at Cameron Elementary. The Hype Squad members led students in a spirited sweat session with a Zumba warm-up, a hype chant, a dance contest, a t-shirt toss and more.
Northside ISD (2) It's another Farm Fresh Friday in our elementary cafeterias! Child Nutrition staff at Brauchle and May elementary schools are ready to introduce students to broccoli! .
Meanwhile at O’Connor High School, the annual Ag in Action program was an adventure in learning. Approximately 1,400 4th graders visited O'Connor to learn about agriculture through presentations by 300 O'Connor students. They'll hear presentations on nutrition, soil, horticulture, ag mechanics and get up close with sheep, goats, poultry, swine, and steer.
Original post on NISD FB
South San ISD
South San Independent School District is taking food services to the 21st century. The district launched a new app and website, making it easier for students to make healthier choices. Director of Food Services, Scott Stephens, hopes it can help parents talk to their kids about breakfast and lunch choices for the week ahead. Read the entire article featured in KSAT here:https://www.ksat.com/news/south-san-isd-to-launch-new-app-website-to-help-students-make-healthier-food-choices
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