Last month, 25 Georgia schools made a commitment to make physical activity and nutrition education a focal point of their daily school activities.
Blog: Georgia SHAPE
Food lovers from across the state gathered at Tech Square in Midtown last week to celebrate the finest food selections available at the city’s most popular restaurants during the annual Taste of Atlanta.
The end of the school day is the best part of the day for students across the nation – no more books, quizzes or essays to write.
Leaves are changing, air is cooling, and schools are Powering Up for 30!
Brianna and Braden Schnaible were pumped and ready to go. The two “veteran” Safe Kids Savannah Youth Triathlon participants took part in the inaugural event in 2013 and knew a little about what to expect during this unique race.
Approximately 160 stakeholders of Georgia SHAPE attended the first Georgia SHAPE Mega Meeting last week in downtown Atlanta.
Last week, Georgia First Lady Sandra Deal made several stops throughout Atlanta to talk about Georgia SHAPE.
Georgia First Lady Sandra Deal presented a proclamation from Governor Nathan Deal at last week’s Board of Public Health meeting, proclaiming the month of September, Georgia SHAPE Month. Georgia SHAPE is a statewide, multiagency, multidimensional initi