hidden St. Joseph School – Fullerton receives Kids Heart Challenge grant funds for health resources

St. Joseph School – Fullerton receives Kids Heart Challenge grant funds for health resources

The American Heart Association’s school-based youth programs, Kids Heart Challenge™ and American Heart Challenge™, awarded $1,291 to St. Joseph School – Fullerton in Baltimore County, to purchase bocce and badminton equipment. The annual grant program supports schools by funding resources to extend school wellness programs. The American Heart Association, a global force for healthier lives

hidden John D. Jenkins Elementary School Receives Grant for Health Resources

John D. Jenkins Elementary School Receives Grant for Health Resources

Kids Heart Challenge and American Heart Challenge grant allow school to target whole-body wellness in support of physical and emotional health  The American Heart Association’s school-based youth programs, Kids Heart Challenge™ and American Heart Challenge™, awarded $1292 to the John D. Jenkins Elementary School in Woodbridge, VA to purchase hand weights and yoga mats for

hidden Massachusetts schools prioritize physical activity to boost students’ well-being during uncertain year

Massachusetts schools prioritize physical activity to boost students’ well-being during uncertain year

METHUEN – Studies have shown physical activity can lessen children’s anxiety and depression – two issues that have been of increasing concern to parents and educators during the pandemic. The American Heart Association and the Comprehensive Grammar, Marsh Grammar, and Tenney Grammar schools in Methuen are helping students improve physical and emotional well-being during this

hidden Stay Healthy and Happy During School Closures with our Virtual Challenge

Stay Healthy and Happy During School Closures with our Virtual Challenge

The American Heart Association’s Kids Heart Challenge launches virtual program to prioritize mental and physical health.   Calling all Schools in the Greater Washington Region: With the stress of schools across the country shifting to remote learning or ending early, it’s more important than ever to maintain a heart-healthy lifestyle. That’s why the American Heart