• Project Healthy Schools (PHS)

    It's a program for sixth graders designed to increase physical activity and healthier food choices . . . to begin now and last a lifetime. Sixth grade students participate in 10 weeks of activities during advisory, special physical education activity days, and a food and fitness tracker with individual and classroom winners.  The entire school benefits from healthier food choices in the cafeteria, having a school health team that sets and achieves goals each school year and other activities. 

    Project Healthy Schools' goals are:

    • Eat more fruits and vegetables
    • Make better beverage choices - drink lowfat milk, water and 100% juice
    • Include at least 150 minutes of physical activity each week
    • Eat less fast and fatty food
    • Spend less time in front of the TV, computer (unless you are doing schoolwork), all screens.