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KIDS CAN LEARN TO TAKE RESPONSIBILITY FOR THEIR HEALTH

Summer break is approaching quickly.  Encourage your child to make healthy life choices now that will stay with them forever.
Engage your child in a conversation about self-care and encourage them to stay active and to make healthy eating choice through out the summer.
Questions to discuss:

  • Should you be active everyday?  Why?

  • Is it important to eat healthy?  Why?

  • Would you like to go the grocery or the farmer's market to pick out your favortie fruit or vegetable?


Make a Saturday morning tradition by going for breakfast and then the Farmer's Market.

 

5TH GRADERS

All 5th graders must have the following immunizations before the start of next school year:  TDAP and MCV4.
Please call your medical provider and schedule an appointment.  Please send proof of vaccinations tothe school nurse.
If you have any questions please call the school nurse at 659-3233

 

DON'T FRY IN THE SUN

The risk of your child getting a sunburn or developing skin cancer can be greatly reduced by using sunblock.  Also, if your child is out playing or doing sports add a hat.  This will shade their face, ears,and scalp which we tend to forget can become painfully sunburned.  Remember being out in the sun is fun and can be healthy but getting baked in the sun can have life long consequences.
Enjoy the outdoors and the sun but keep the sunscreen handy.  Read the instructions of the tube to maximize your child's protection.

 

WALKING WITH YOUR CHILD

Walking is an exercise that almost anyone can do.  Getting your children out for a walk everyday has many benefits:

  1. Promotes strong bones and muscles

  2. Improves sleep

  3. Can help with weight control


Walking with your child has other benefits:

  1. Good time to discuss his day at school.  He can tell you how he is doing, about his friends, or something funny that happened that day.

  2. Teach pedestrian safety.  Show your child the safe way to cross the street.

  3. Encourage healthy habits for life.


Need a good place to walk.  Come to Blue Ridge/Green Meadows and walk around the drive.  One lap around the drive is exactly 1/2 mile.  If you need a place to rest, let your child play on the playground while you sit on the bench.

BE A GOOD ROLL MODEL AND EXERCISE WITH YOUR CHILD.

 

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CHILDREN'S RECIPES

  • If you are looking for a good website for cooking try Chop-Chop Mag