Rose Drive Elementary School scholars are keeping their minds and their hearts strong while they raise funds for the American Heart Association through the “Kids Heart Challenge”. The students’ goal is to donate $5,000 to this excellent organization – and they have already raised over $4,000 since the campaign’s kickoff in early January. From the funds they raise, a portion will go back to the school to spend on activities used to encourage healthy lifestyle choices, such as playground equipment.
To participate, students and families can register online while participating in online video challenges that promote active movement, mindfulness as well as kindness. These video challenges share information about heart health and students may also earn prizes.
Rose Drive’s fitness leader and PE teacher, Berlio Beltran, will be organizing fun physical activities and games for all students to participate in and enjoy as a way to celebrate the campaign’s end on February 4.
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