10 Fresh Ideas for Healthy Valentine’s Day Treats!

Here are some fun ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day without the candy: Banana Split Cut a banana in half, lengthwise. Put each half on a small plate. Top each half with yogurt or whip cream. Add strawberries that are cut in half so they look like hearts, and place along the banana. Strawberries! They are […]

Apply Now – Grants Available for Health and Wellness Initiatives!

From our friends at Action For Healthy Kids: Parents for Healthy Kids Grants from Action for Healthy Kids OK, so you’re ready to make change happen at school! Despite wanting to do what’s best for students’ health, many schools lack the necessary resources to implement health and wellness practices that help students eat better and […]

Holidays Gifts for Healthy Eating!

Here are some exciting, low-cost stocking stuffers, Chanukah presents, and gifts that you can order right from home, that make good eating and active living – great fun! Trigger excitement for healthy habits with our Get Up and Play! Tracker Bands and our popular 5-A-Day Fruit + Veggie Tracker Bands. Add on a Passport to […]

Welcome Fall!

We hope everyone’s having a great school year so far! Check out our Fall Newsletter, with its bountiful haul of success stories, ideas and a free activity log to download. Enjoy!

Summer Reading

School’s finally out for the summer! Relax with our Summer Newsletter, chock-full of success stories, ideas and a free activity log to download. Stay healthy and active all summer long – and have fun!

Spotlight on Great School Practices: Eat Your Way Through the Alphabet!

From Executive Director, Barbara Storper: “I just returned from a great conference, “Healthy Food Fuels Hungry Minds: Advancing Children’s Health In and Out of School,” presented by the Massachusetts Health Council. There were some great speakers, but I wanted to spotlight a real mover and shaker – Jeanne Reilly, School Food Service Director of Windham […]