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  October 2018 is the Healthiest State Month
Healthy Choices Count Campaign
****5 or more fruits or vegetables per day (our lunch program this year is packed with fresh fruits/veggies)
****2 hours or less of recreational screen time per day (take time away from phones, tablets, laptops, TV, video games)
****1 hour or more of physical activity per day (getting your heart rate up)
****0 sugary drinks-drink MORE water (avoid soda, juices, flavored milk, fruit drinks, sports drinks)

We are going to participate in a little challenge between K-5th by keeping track at home on a chart of all of these specific activities for 2 weeks.  After they are finished they will return to the nurse for a prize.  Feel free to join in as a family!!  Keeping each other accountable and on the road to healthy living.  

Thank you to the kids that participated in the "5-2-1-0" Challenge!!  They did an awesome job keeping track of their fruits/veggies, screen time, no sugary drinks and activity!!  So proud of you all!!  For turning in their tracker sheets they got pencils and cinch bags!!  Keep up the healthy lifestyle! Pictured: Lucas Schrodt, Coal Fuller, Realee Weller, Audrey Calfee, Holly Calfee, Adam Swaney, Tucker Pearce, Dylan Jackson, Dayne Matheny, Jordyn Bucher, Todd Ites, Ember Ites, Rylan Davison, Tyla Hardee and Danica Matheny 

Thank you Taylor County Public Health and iSmile for this great reminder about Rethinking your drink displayed during parent/teacher conferences!

Are you interested in being a part of the school wellness committee?  I would like some
input from community members!  If you are interested please let me know!  You can
email me at  Thank you!!

April 9, 2018-Wellness Committee Meeting:
Salena Matheny RN
Emma Sunderman
Theresa Ewart
Dana Nally
Jane Lucas
Vicki Streebin
Michael Irvin
Lorna Bucher
We discussed the current Wellness Policy and new ideas for the future.
-Grab and Go Breakfast
-Farm to School
-Promoting School breakfast
-Taste testing
-Wellness Week with activities daily.  Every Kid Healthy Week-planning for next year. 

Salena Matheny,
Mar 15, 2018, 2:13 PM
Salena Matheny,
Mar 15, 2018, 2:15 PM
Teri Pope,
Mar 15, 2018, 1:37 PM