Thursday, September 23, 2010


Thrive is a partnership between Bellin Health and the Green Bay School District helping students, teachers and parents care more about their health through healthy eating and daily activity. It's paying dividends and the school district is expanding it to 9 more schools.

We've shot a fair amount of Thrive-related art. This time we focused on the class activity activity breaks.

Kids are apparently really into yoga nowadays! They can actually do some of the really challenging poses. Myself? I'd get stuck just sitting cross-legged. Oh, to be flexible again...

Third grade students Nadia Martin, left, and Ariana Falk, right, relax with some yoga at the start of an activity/movement break (part of the Thrive program) at Kennedy Elementary School in Green Bay, Wis., Wednesday, Sept. 22, 2010.

From left, third graders Christian DeGroat, Brandon Eland, and Nicole Petrowuske pretend to take swings at a Green Bay Bullfrogs baseball game during the activity break.
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