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LearntobeHealthy.org named Dr. Hotlist Site of the Week
The editors of District Administration magazine, for district superintendents and other K-12 education leaders, have selected LearntobeHealthy.org as a featured "Dr. Hotlist Site of the Week."
Teachers Are Talking
Hear what teachers are saying about LearntobeHealthy.org!
3-A-Day of Dairy
With childhood obesity rates on the rise, it is imperative that we work to improve the health of our youth. The Dairy Council activities found in the Fueling My Special Body e-Learning kit are aimed at increasing milk, cheese and yogurt consumption to three servings per day.
Award Winning Web Site
LearntobeHealthy.org is featured as Site of the Week on Highlight's TeacherNet.com.
LearntobeHealthy.org in the News
The Byrnes Health Education Center in York, Pennsylvania has worked over the past several years to develop a web resource for teachers and students, and its hitting the airwaves! The dynamic online lesson plans and interactive educational games found on LearntobeHealthy.org enhance the quality and fun factor of health education classes.
Healthier Students Make Better Students
LearntobeHealthy.org is currently developing an obesity prevention e-Learning kit that focuses on both physical activity and nutrition.
LearntobeHealthy.org voted a "Best Bet" site by USA TODAY Education
USA Today Education has selected LearntobeHealthy.org as an "Educator's Best Bet" site based upon its educational value.
Susan P. Byrnes Center Launches LearntobeHealthy.org
To address critical health concerns and others, the Susan P. Byrnes Health Education Center (HEC), a non-profit organization in York, PA, launched LearntobeHealthy.org, a free, online, health education resource designed to help teachers communicate important health concepts to students in grades K-6.