Fifty-three school districts in Georgia were presented with Golden Radish Awards celebrating the incredible gains made in the farm to school movement.
Blog: Georgia SHAPE
Georgia Shape is pleased to announce that 218 schools received the 2016 Governor’s Shape Honor Roll recognition for their outstanding work in building classroom-based student health programs.
To help celebrate the close of the 2015-2016 school year, Georgia Shape helped elementary schools across the state gear up for an active summer with a Power Up for Summer celebration.
Walk Georgia and Georgia Shape are working together to challenge teachers and students across the state to move more.
Emily Anne Vall, Ph.D., Georgia Shape project manager, was recently recognized with the Servant’s Heart Award presented by First Lady Sandra Deal.
Playworks, a Georgia Shape partner working to put physical activity back into schools, is inviting fitness enthusiasts and athletic teams to put their physical prowess to good use in honor of Georgia’s children.
As a part of Georgia Shape, the Governor’s Childhood Obesity Initiative, the Georgia Department of Public Health (DPH) is excited to announce that 21 schools in Georgia have been awarded a total of $99,000 to implement strategies that will improve scho
Fostering a culture of health and wellness among children is no easy task. Just like learning new a new habit, it takes planning, hard work, and most importantly, consistency.
More than 30 organizations throughout the state participated in the 4th Annual Children’s Day at the Capitol last week to present a unified voice for 2.4 million citizens who don’t have a vote – children.
Since Georgia Shape launched in 2011, the initiative has made daily physical activity and good nutrition a staple for youth across the state.