DL Schools looks to change culture of health habits
School board members are entertaining the idea of encouraging a "cultural shift" in local health habits.
Karen Nitzkorski and Julie Skow of PartnerSHIP for health presented a first reading on revisions for the district's wellness-nutrition policy.
Suggested changes to the "action plan" include having recess before lunch instead of after, doing more marketing and health promotion through the food service program and prohibiting food as rewards or at school celebrations.
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