Presbyterian Hosts a Day of Service at APS Schools
A fun day of healthy activities and education is coming to 20 elementary schools.
October 16, 2012
As part of its continuing effort to improve our community’s health, Presbyterian Healthcare Services is collaborating with 20 APS elementary schools for a Day of Service on Tuesday, Oct. 23. Presbyterian will be focusing on three priority community health topics over the next several years: Eat Well, Be Active and Quit Tobacco.
During the Day of Service, more than 400 company leaders will visit the schools to engage students, faculty, and staff in activities that promote health and nutrition. Students will have the opportunity to enjoy fun exercises including jumping rope, hula hooping, and dancing and will receive information about healthy eating and much more.
More than 2,000 students are expected to participate in the event. The following elementary schools are taking part in the Presbyterian Day of Service:
The district's Health & Wellness Department is excited about this collaboration with Presbyterian and appreciate the company’s help in keeping our kids healthy.
For more information, contact Sally Ironside at Presbyterian at firstname.lastname@example.org.