Every kid healthy week is here. Initially, this was created in 2013 to celebrate schools’ health and wellness achievements. However, this year due to Covid-19; most schools will not be hosting an event.
We W.I.L.L. Thru Sports would like to update our parents, students and other supporters during this unprecedented time. Since youth sports help build communities and our at-risk youth; of course, we have put our programs on hold until further notice.
With the Coronavirus being in the news all over the world; the sports world is feeling the pressure as well. Since the NBA first canceled their games, all the professional sports teams in the United States have since halted their season as well.
The Milwaukee Bucks have already clinched a playoff spot. Typically, teams don’t clinch a playoff spot in February; however, the Bucks have secured a spot for the fourth straight year.
With Valentine’s Day a few days away; it is important that everyone realizes the importance of American Heart Month. So, are you ready to make some changes that will have you on your way to a healthier lifestyle?
National School Breakfast Week is March 4 – 8th. Not only is breakfast the most important meal of the day; but this week was started to introduce the nation’s School Breakfast Program.
With Thanksgiving around the corner, let’s talk about good nutrition. First and foremost, it is important that everyone eat healthier meals on a regular basis. So, are you ready for some healthy eating suggestions?
Today is National School Backpack Awareness Day! First and foremost, this day was started by The American Occupational Therapy Association Inc., to help others avoid back issues that come from heavy backpacks.
September is World Alzheimer’s Month. First and foremost, this is something personal to our team. As you know, Mary Woods and Dianne Woods suffered the loss of Norvell Granville Woods back in February. To read more about our loss, be sure to visit our Norvell Granville Woods Alzheimer’s Love Story post.
So, this month is National Safety Month. Since most schools are out for the Summer, who will be watching your kids? Today’s post will focus on a few ways to keep you and your children safe.