Healthy Lifestyles Events

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October 6th – 31st: FitWorth Mayor’s Challenge

Over 19,000 FWISD students will be participating in the FitWorth fall challenge, tracking their minutes of activity and fruit/vegetable consumption. The school with the highest levels of participation will receive funding toward PE equipment and will be honored by Mayor Betsy Price in a celebration on November 19th. Ask your child today if they’re tracking their healthy choices and encourage them to be a positive role model of health for the rest of the family and community!
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October 15th: Drive It Home – Lunch & Learn

Do you have a new teen driver in your family, or know someone who does?  Learn the risks to everyone on the road when newly licensed teens drive.  Take away lasting resources, drive the way you want your teen to drive.  Let’s work on learning ways to cut back making car crashes being the #1 killer of teens.


October 23th: The Learning Garden Grand Opening

The Tarrant Area Food Bank would like you to come join in for the Grand Opening of The Learning Garden. Admission is free – there will be food, fun and plenty of activities for all ages!  You can learn more here:


October 23rd: Streams & Valleys Friends of the River Party on the Plaza

The high-school students who won the FitWorth Culinary Competition on October 4th will showcase their skills and winning recipes at the Party on the Plaza event, which is open to the entire community, including pets and children! Winners in each category include: Birdville ISD’s CTE program, Northside High School’s CTE program, and Crowley’s Bill R. Johnson CTE program. You can learn more here:


October 24th: Food Day

To celebrate Food Day, FitWorth will be hosting students from neighboring North Hi Mount Elementary at UNT Health Science Center, for an educational series on where our food comes from and a guided tour of the university’s community garden. We’d love to hear how other schools are celebrating healthy food choices in the community!
For more information, e-mail or call 817-289-3875.


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