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Mission: Healthy Kids

Mission: Healthy Kids

Mission: Healthy Kids

Mission: Healthy Kids

Helping kids eat right and stay active

Mission: Healthy Kids, a partnership of Kohl’s Cares® and Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, raises awareness about the impact of nutrition and physical activity on children’s physical development, ability to learn and emotional well-being. The program promotes policy, systems, and environmental changes in schools that improve health and offers resources for students, parents and educators to help kids eat right and stay active.

  For educators

 Free resources, including information on Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin's e-learning courses and details and support for the Wisconsin School Health Award.

  For families

Free resources for families to learn about nutrition, physical activity and mindfulness in a fun and interactive way.

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Fall 2018 Healthy Schools Challenge

Mission: Healthy Kids, a partnership of Kohl’s Cares® and Children’s Hospital of Wisconsin, offered a program to Wisconsin schools this fall focused on physical activity. More than 27,000 students at 210 schools in 45 Wisconsin counties registered to participate in the Challenge. See winners.
 
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Wisconsin School Health Award

Wisconsin schools can learn more about applying for this annual award. Mission: Healthy Kids collaborates with the Department of Public Instruction to promote policy, systems, and environmental changes in schools that improve health.
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Mindfulness resources

The use of mindfulness practices for kids can contribute to: improved focus and attention, decreased stress and anxiety,; increased feelings of kindness and; increased ability to manage emotions. Learn more.
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On a mission to spread the word about health

Mission: Healthy Kids is making news about nutrition and physical activity. Watch and read news stories and download seasonal and topical resources to share. Learn more.