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Westside Super Showcase

MSCR will host the “Westside Super Showcase” family engagement night for the West/Memorial feeder schools.  The event, to be held at West HS on Friday, April 21st, will feature youth performances, a free dinner, book giveaway, and a wide variety of activities for all ages.

Click below for more details.
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5-2-1-0 Challenge

  5-2-1-0 Challenge

Students and staff from Franklin and Randall can earn points at home and school by doing a variety of healthy activities.  It’s easy, fun, and teaches healthy habits!

 The 5-2-1-0 Challenge will be from Mon, March 6 – Sun, March 19 (2 weeks).

The Challenge is based on 5-2-1-0, a nationally recognized, proven effective, healthy lifestyle program.  It’s a simple way to teach children good habits to stay (or to get) fit every day, by aiming for:

5 – servings of fruits and veggies

2 – hours or less of recreational screen time

1 –  hour or more of physical activity

0 – drinks with added sugar; drink more water & low-fat milk if possible

 Look for colorful explanation forms and point sheets sent home with your child on Thurs, March 2.

 Please contact Nurse Lovell if you have any questions: clovell@madison.k12.wi.us, 204-2301, or 204-4405.

 ** By the way, an article about the 5-2-1-0 Activity & Nutrition Challenge (ANC) last year is available online at http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/1059840517689893 – it looks best if you click on the PDF icon (that’s how the article will look when it’s published in the Journal of School Nursing later this year).  It shows how the 5-2-1-0 Challenge helped kids make healthy choices (such as drinking less chocolate milk at school, which has 4 extra teaspoons in it.)

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5-2-1-0 Challenge / Reto

Los estudiantes y el personal de Franklin y Randall ganan puntos en casa o en la escuela por comer alimentos sanos, hacer actividad física y tener buenos hábitos de salud.

 Lunes el 6 de marzo al domingo el 19 de marzo (2 semanas)

 Esta competencia de salud está basada en el programa de salud  5-2-1-0, reconocido a nivel nacional. Es una manera muy fácil de enseñar a los niños a establecer y apoyar hábitos saludables. 

5 – porciones de frutas o legumbres

2 – horas máximo de tele o videojuegos

1 – hora o más de ejercicio

0 – bebidas con azúcar; tomar más agua y leche

 Para mayor información, busque las hojas de información que enviaremos a casa en la mochila de su niño(a) el Jueves, el 2 de feb, o llame a Enfermera Lovell 204-2301.