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Student Testimony

By
Kirby Witherby,   Gregory Elem School
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Topics:
Access to Healthy Foods, Physical Activity Participation, Student Leadership,  Teamwork
Students are on board at Gregory School! They are engaged in healthy eating, Farm to School, and in class Brain Breaks. This has enhanced student leadership and engagement.

What improvements have you seen at your school?

This program teaches kids learn to be a better person and get active and eat healthy. Doing this program can also earn you rewards too. This program teaches you to eat healthy. Eating healthy is one of the most important steps to be a healthy child. A child should get about 1,500 calories a day. Most of the calories you want to get are from whole grains. This program is a life changing program. It can teach you to be healthy, active, responsible person, so doing this program is good for you.

How did students and adults work together as a team?

This program can teach you how to be a leader, a good active healthy kid who can lead people the right way and can earn you rewards. The rewards can be huge if you're on almost every day. This program also teaches you that exercise is beneficial because it helps your bones and muscles get prepared for age.

How do you plan to make this Play last during the school year and beyond?

We are learning all about Farm to School this year. Where do you think food comes from? If think it’s from the grocery store, it's way beyond that. The food you eat and the milk you drink is produced by cows and farmers. The fruit and vegetables are grown in farms. All the chicken, pork chops, beef, steak come from farms. So let's just say all the food you eat comes from farms. The milk you drink come from cows. The meat you eat is from animals.