#AdventureRewards Week 5 Winners Selected; Week 6 Now UnderwayWere You a Week 5 Prize Winner? We've drawn the Week 5 prize winners! Congratulations, teachers, and thank you to everyone who participated during last week's busy holiday week! JOE GREENWALD, physical education teacher at Village Green Environmental Studies School in St.
#AdventureRewards Week 4 Winners Selected; Week 5 Now UnderwayWere You a Week 4 Prize Winner? Hot off the press! We've randomly drawn the School Subscription, 1st Junior Grand Prize, and Week 4 prize winners for our #AdventureRewards Contest.
#AdventureRewards Week 3 Winners Selected; Week2 Now UnderwayWere You a Week 3 Prize Winner? Hot off the press! We've randomly drawn the Week 3 prize winners for our #AdventureRewards Contest. Do you see your name below?
Thanksgiving is coming up. It’s a time to remember what we’re thankful for, and a great time to help others. We need YOUR HELP to convince Mr. Lazé to have a healthy Thanksgiving dinner!Kids - can YOU write a persuasive letter to Mr. Lazé, about why it’s important to eat healthy, including for Thanksgiving? Here’s an example of a letter Mr. Clock has written to Mr. Lazé:“Dear Mr. Lazy, I hope you have a healthy Thanksgiving dinner and don’t just eat candy bars.
We all know apples are good for us, but does an apple a day really keep the doctor away?Apples alone can’t necessarily keep the doctor away, but they’re definitely a healthy choice with countless benefits for your whole family. US adults that regularly eat apples tend to use fewer prescription medications. And the sweetness in apples appeals to children’s taste buds without impacting their waistlines. Additionally, apples are one of the most widely available and inexpensive fruits. You can find them in any grocery store, 7-Eleven, farmer’s markets, bodegas, school cafeterias, and more.