Fort Riley Middle School has towering gardens taking over the sixth-grade science classroom… and it’s fantastic! It all started with a proposed mini-grant by
On Tuesday, November 7, Spring Valley Elementary welcomed members of the Oklahoma City Thunder Basketball Organization to the school for some youth basketball instruction.
National Nutrition Week is celebrated each year from September 1st to the September 7th during which time awareness is raised about health as well as share strategies to keep a balanced diet and remain active in fitness.
Geary County Schools USD 475 follows the guidelines from the U.S. Department of Agriculture and provides healthy options for students. Some items that students see in addition to the larger serving sizes of fruits and vegetables, are beans and legumes along with whole grain rich items, including breads, cookies and chips. At breakfast, all grain items are whole grain including pancakes and French toast.
If you live with a teenager, you have inevitably heard, ” There’s nothing to eat in this house!” You may do the grocery shopping and most of the cooking, but allowing teenagers to help prepare foods too actually decreases the likelihood that they will eat unhealthy fast food or unbalanced meals when they become responsible for their own food choices (Sonya Angelone, MS, RDN, CLT). To help your teen prepare and cook foods, you can stock your kitchen with these staples.
Every May 20 National Pick Strawberries Day is observed just in time for summer! Strawberry picking is generally late April throughout the summer.
Westwood hosted Body Venture, an opportunity for students to learn about the importance of making healthy food choices and being physically active.
The Health Science Pathway at Junction City High School has zeroed in on Allied Health, Emergency Medicine and Sports Medicine. Medical Explorers and HOSA: Future Health Professionals provide opportunities for students to further explore their career choices and gain hands on experience.
Clean eating is about eating more of the best and healthiest options in each of the food groups—and eating less of the not-so-healthy ones.