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October 2011

Many Schools Find Ways to Squeeze Recess In

Teachers and officials say that students do better in class after they have moved around.  Many schools around RI are embracing this national trend and adopting programs like the Exercise Breaks in the Classroom™  program.

Click here to read the Providence Journal Article




May 2011 - Little Rock, Arkansas School District

The Little Rock, Arkansas School District is promoting health and fitness this year, including the addition of Exercise Breaks In The Classroom to Williams Elementary School.  Teachers have already noticed a difference in their students’ ability to focus and work. 

Click here to see the Little Rock School District article.









Spring 2010 - Kids First Rhode Island

The Spring 2010 issue of the Kids First

Wellness Advocates Series highlights

Exercise Breaks in the Classroom™ in Rhode

Island’s Bristol-Warren School District. 

Click here to see the Kids First article.






March 2010

Movers and Shakers

Read this March 12, 2010 Newport Daily News Article about Exercise Breaks in the Classroom™ at Aquidneck School in Middletown, Rhode Island. 

Click here to read ‘Movers and Shakers’.





Eat Smart Move More

This email newsletter from the Rhode Island initiative for Healthy Weight highlights local efforts to put First Lady Michelle Obama’s ‘Let’s Move’ Campaign into action locally.  Among great strategies to fight childhood obesity is include our own Exercise Breaks in the Classroom™.

Click here to read ‘Eat Smart Move More’. 

 
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