You can improve your middle and high school students’ eating and fitness habits—while you meet the new federal mandate.
The 2004 Child Nutrition and WIC Reauthorization Act required school districts to implement a Local Wellness Policy, and to measure and monitor the results of that policy. You’ve undoubtedly made great strides in improving the food and exercise programs available at your school, but if students don’t make healthy choices on their own time, your efforts will go to waste.
Teen Food & Fitness can help you fight adolescent obesity and help middle and high school students come to school ready to learn.
Teen Food & Fitness is a monthly reproducible newsletter packed with practical ideas parents and teens can use to improve their nutrition and physical fitness. You can show them simple ways to encourage healthy habits, including:
- Healthy food and drinks to keep in the house.
- Ingredients to watch for (good and bad).
- Quick and easy food preparation tips.
- Ways to get kids away from TVs and computers, and more.
Easy-to-use and shows parents you care
You get a black-line master every month, September through May. Every issue is personalized with the name of your school, and your name or school motto, if you like. It’s ready to photocopy onto the front and back of a single sheet. No collating for you or your staff, and busy parents will read it.
Get parents on your side. Let Teen Food & Fitness help you make that important school-to-home connection and fight obesity in middle school and high school students.
- Available electronically (you can download the PDF).
- Spanish version available.
- Reach more parents with the user-friendly format.
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