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Saturday, December 29, 2012

2013 Health News


The American Association of School Administrators (AASA) is seeking out an organization to participate in a volunteer cooking demo at Exhibit Wellness as part of the National Conference on Education. The demo will be held in the exhibit hall at the LA Convention Center. We are looking for availability during the following time frames:
-          Thursday February 21 between 12-3:30 pm, or
-          Friday February 22 between 4 – 5 pm
Please contact Sapna Batheja (703) 875-0732       if you more information or if you are interested in participating.
 
With the goal of empowering school age children nationwide with the means to achieve and maintain a healthy lifestyle, ING Run For Something Better (ING RFSB), in partnership with the National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE), has developed a school-based running program. In addition to fighting childhood obesity, research shows that physical activity improves self esteem, school performance and overall well being.
The awards program will provide a minimum of fifty (50) grants up to $2,500 for each school that desires to establish a school based running program or expand an existing one. Through activity plans created by NASPE and based on the National Standards for Physical Education (NASPE, 2004), the awards program will offer children a healthy start to life and foster their desire to exercise before obesity ever begins. To ensure impartiality, NASPE will manage the 2013 School Awards Program for ING U.S.
If you are ready to make an impact on the lives of your students through healthy lifestyle changes, improving self esteem and reducing the rate of childhood obesity, then step up to the starting line!

Application Submission Deadline 11:59pm: Wednesday, May 15, 2013

For more info: http://naspe.confex.com/naspe/2013/cfp.cgi


Ingrid Cheng @fitnesswla
Health Advocate

Monday, December 17, 2012

Physical Activity Training


When: 01/17/2013, 10:00am-12pm
Where: The California Endowment,
1000 N. Alameda St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012
 
The Physical Activity Integration Program with the Network for a Healthy California is hosting a physical activity training to educate public health professionals about the Physical Activity Guidelines and the Network/non-Network resources that you can use to meet those guidelines. Sign up early because the training is limited to the first 30 individuals to register. If you have any questions, you can email Michael Fox.
 
Register Here


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Ingrid Cheng @fitnesswla
Health Advocate