Congratulations to Highland Goffe's Falls Elementary School and McLaughlin Middle School! They have been awarded the 2017 Get Moving Manchester trophy for the highest school participation for all four weeks of the program.
Get Moving Manchester is a four week nutrition and physical activity program that encourages healthy lifestyle habits based on the 5-2-1-0 concept of eating 5 fruits and vegetables daily, limiting screen time to 2 hours or less. exercising for 1 hour a day, and drinking 0 sugar based beverages. The program focuses on Manchester students in grades 3-6. Students track their habits daily for the four weeks of the program. Susan Matthews, principal, Sherry Tellier, health teacher and all the classroom teachers did an excellent job of promoting the program as did Bill Krantz and his staff at McLaughlin Middle School.
The trophies will be presented by Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Vargas and Mayor Gatsas. Great work McLaughlin and Highland!