Ohio district that racks up the most steps will win $1,500.
Health Action Council encourages school employees to get active and engaged in a little healthy competition by joining the Healthy Kids Fall Step It Up Challenge. The friendly competition will take place from October 31 to November 13, with the goal of engaging students and their families, school leaders, teachers, coaches and communities in promoting improved health and wellness.
Thanks to our partner Fitbit, we're offering schools throughout the country the ability to compete against each other for valuable prizes during our no-cost, virtual, turnkey Healthy Kids Step It Up Challenge.
Important dates to know:
• Team Registration Ends: October 22
• Challenge Dates: October 31 - November 13
• Winners Announced: November 16
All school district employees are welcome, and students can join the fun if they have at least one school staff employee on the team! Teams need a minimum of three participants to sign up.
Thanks to the Ohio High School Athletic Association, the Ohio school district that racks up the most steps will win $1,500, while the biggest steppers in each of the six OHSAA district regions could win $1,000 each. Click here to register your team!
SCHOOLS LOCATED OUTSIDE OHIO
The school district team that racks up the most steps will win a $500
donation to a school program of their choice and a healthy team lunch worth $500. Click here to register your team!
Best of all, you don't have to be a Health Action Council member to participate.
QUESTIONS? Contact Noelle Reinhart via email today.
About Health Action Council
Health Action Council is a not-for-profit 501(c)(6) organization representing mid- and large-size employers that enhances human and economic health through thought leadership, innovative services, and collaboration. It provides value to its members by facilitating projects that improve the quality and moderate the cost of healthcare purchased by its members for their employees, dependents, and retirees.
Health Action Council also collaborates with key stakeholders – health plans, physicians, hospitals, and the pharmaceutical industry – to improve the quality and efficiency of healthcare in the community.