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Keiki Rainbow Wellness Challenge

The Keiki Rainbow Wellness Challenge is a FREE, week-long activity for Hawai‘i students (preschool to 8th grade) on all islands. Students and their families will challenge themselves to complete at least 7 scorecard activities to earn a finisher face mask and help their school earn funds to support P.E. and nutrition programs. The scorecard includes 11 healthy behaviors that families can incorporate all year round. Scorecards will be distributed to Face-to-Face students today. Distance Learners and additional family members may download their scorecard.pdf.

Ma‘ema‘e Elementary School will participate in the Wellness Challenge from May 1st through May 7th.

Visit www.keikichallenge.org to find Challenge tips and ideas; Additional family members can also download a Challenge scorecard online. Submit photos of your family completing the Challenge for a chance to win a variety of great prizes!

Students should check off completed activities, sign the pledge, and return the Challenge scorecard to their teacher or the office by Monday, May 10th. If you have any questions, please call or e-mail Matt Nakamura @ 595-5400 x228 (matthew.nakamura@k12.hi.us).

Thank you for your support!

This event is hosted by a coalition of partners including Hawai‘i Afterschool Alliance, Blue Zones Project, the Hawai‘i Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance, Hawai‘i 5210, UH College of Education, Hawai‘i Public Health Institute, Healthy Eating Active Living, and Kaho‘omiki, with support from the Hawai‘i State Department of Education and the Hawai‘i State Department of Health’s Start Living Healthy at School campaign.

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