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Action For Healthy Kids

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    Action for Healthy Kids is accepting applications for school grants for the 2020-2021 school year to help students thrive. Schools in every state may apply for Game On grants to fund physical activity, nutrition, and/or social-emotional learning (SEL) initiatives. Parents and parent groups in select states can apply for Parents for Healthy Kids grants to bring health and wellness programs to their children’s schools while also promoting parent engagement. The application deadline is April 3, so don’t miss out! Visit ActionforHealthyKids.org/Grants for more information.




    Get Your Game On. Action For Healthy Kids offers a flexible, free online framework to help schools create healthier learning environments for students, staff and communities. Search through the Game On Activity Library that offers hundreds of healthy activities, and walks you through the six key steps of building a healthier learning environment. Click here to view the Action For Healthy Kids Game On Activity Library.


growing healthy kids columbus

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    Growing Healthy Kids Columbus (GHKC) coalition was convened in May 2009 to help develop the City of Columbus Early Childhood Obesity Prevention Plan. The GHKC coalition is facilitated by Columbus Public Health in partnership with Ohio State University Extension and brings together organizations from throughout the city with the goal of actively changing the Columbus community to provide children the earliest possible opportunity to develop a healthy lifestyle and to reduce their risk of overweight and obesity.

    Learn more by clicking here.


  • The Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child (WSCC) model responds to the call for greater alignment, integration, and collaboration between health and education to improve each child's cognitive, physical, social, and emotional development. To learn more about the WSCC model, click here.

Whole Child Model