Join Northridge Elementary students on Saturday, September 30 as they hold their first Student-Led Farmer’s Market! Kids will be selling roasted peppers, fresh produce from Longmont area farms, Colorado-grown pinto beans, and decorative mini-pumpkins! The proceeds go to start-up costs for an on-site garden to be planned, built, planted and maintained by Northridge Elementary students. Chef Jody Popma will be leading an interactive cooking demo, where kids will make their own salsa at the salsa bar. We invite the community to this fun, healthy event! Fill a $5 or $10 bag, or buy produce individually. Produce available includes: Roasted and fresh peppers, anaheim, jalapeno, and poblanos, apples, Colorado-grown pinto beans, tomatoes, onions, potatoes, radishes, carrots, mini pumpkins, and more!
Sponsored by the St. Vrain Valley School District and Health & Innovation through Education (HIE) whose mission is to support the health and innovation initiatives of the schools in the St. Vrain Valley School District.
We are excited to announce a new name for our organization! The Red Hawk Foundation is now known as
Health & Innovation through Education (HIE)
Our foundation has broadened our scope, supporting all St. Vrain Valley School District schools in Erie and beyond, seeking ways to bring innovative programming around health, wellness and technology to our students. Keep your eye on this page for updates around initiatives we're supporting, ways to be involved, and events not to be missed!
SES 513-940: INTEGRATING PHYSICAL ACTIVITY INTO THE CLASSROOM
An online three credit graduate level course offered through the University of Northern Colorado
Participants will gain a robust understanding of the connection between physical activity (PA) and academic performance. As an enrollee of this course you will integrate research prescribed PA into daily practice and build a team of teachers in your own building to create a systemic school-wide approach to PA in your school. The class is geared toward classroom teachers, and spots are limited!
Now registering teachers from The Colorado Health Foundation Local Healthy Schools granted districts for Spring 2017 semester.
Contact: Deb Schoeneshoefer (720) 375-6125 or firstname.lastname@example.org for registration information.