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With children spending an average of 30 hours a week in school, Strong4Life offers a number of school programs that get kids active throughout the day, help them eat better in school cafeterias, and teach them about the Strong4Life Healthy Habits.

To date, we’ve reached more than 601 schools with our Strong4Life School Nutrition program, the Strong4Life Challenge and the Kohl’s Healthy Halls School Wellness program.

School Nutrition
We know many families in Georgia rely on school breakfast and lunch programs for their daily nutrition. And we’re on a mission to teach schools how to be Strong4Life, too.

Our Strong4Life School Nutrition program trains cafeteria managers how to make healthy foods fun and encourage kids to make healthy choices as they come through the lunch line. We’re providing cafeteria managers with free marketing materials that help promote healthy choices among students.

Strong4Life Challenge

Led by the energetic Strong4Life Team, the Strong4Life Challenge brings exciting pep rallies, fun runs, classroom eve ts, classroom videos and more to Atlanta-area schools. Kids love to learn about the Strong4Life Healthy Habits, and teachers get pumped about creating a Strong4Life culture at their schools.

See photos from past events here.

Kohl's Healthy Halls
Strong4Life and Kohl's Cares present the Kohl's Healthy Halls School Wellness Program. This comprehensive wellness program is free to Metro Atlanta elementary schools and offers resources to teachers, staff, students and parents.

This FREE Program Offers:
  • A 40-minute performance delivered by a professional theater group.
  • Take-home materials for students and their parents, teachers and staff
  • Follow-up resource materials for the school

Sign up your school for this exciting program now!
We’re currently scheduling metro Atlanta elementary schools for the kick-off theatrical performance.

Want to learn more about our school programs? Contact us.

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