Building Health Bodies Event


Wildcat Construction Zone: Building Health Bodies Event
Friday, Feb. 6, 6-8 p.m.
Oak Hill School Gymnasiums

Families of students attending Oak Hill School have been invited to attend an event celebrating the school receiving a Carol M. White Physical Education Program Grant (PEP).  The event will have a host of information, and activities for children and families showcasing how to build healthy bodies.  The EVSC, for many years, has worked on coordinated school health – as a way to wrap supports around children so that they are healthy both through nutrition and physical activity, and also socially and emotionally.


Activities at Oak Hill will include:

  • Yoga, and Zumba
  • Health screenings and nutrition education from USI Dietetic students with smoothies to try
  • Grow Your Own Garden information and opportunity for children to plant herbs, hosted by the Master Gardner Association
  • Tower Gardens and how they work
  • Information about how much sugar is in different foods
  • Registration for the upcoming Wildcat Obstacle Event on April 11 at 9 a.m.
  • Information about recycling at the Evansville Solid Waste District booth
  • Purdue Extension Office – Choose my Plate – info on food pyramid and how to make easy recipes at home
  • PEP Grant information for families
  • Off the Fence Farms – info on eating organic and Farmer Joe with Seaton Harvest
  • YMCA boxing demonstration and information
  • mini Obstacle Course
  • Club Bushido – judo demonstrations
  • Smoke Free Communities – Simulator showing what it is like to breathe if you are someone who smokes
  • Hydration Station…and much, much more