BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Mark your calendar for November 6th if you’re a parent of a student at Addison Mizner Elementary. Students are taking part in a national program to combat bullying.
Addison Mizner Elementary in Boca Raton will host the Boosterthon Fun Run event on November 6. The Boosterthon Fun Run is a 9-day program that raises local schools needed funds for education while inspiring students to live healthy, character-filled lives. This school year, Boosterthon’s new character theme, Camp High Five, will challenge 700,000 students in 22 states to move from classmates to friends with a summer camp theme all about friendship.
“Our team motivates students across the country to get excited about fitness, leadership and character,” said Chris Carneal, Boosterthon founder and president. “We love watching schools exceed their financial goals with our program, but what really fires us up is developing leaders at the elementary-school level.”
The Camp High Five theme includes daily character lessons that teach the value of respecting others, not bullying, and showing sportsmanship. Each lesson is paired with a daily hand gesture that helps make it memorable. The message is also reinforced through a curriculum that includes interactive character videos, catchy songs, and a brand-new children’s book.
Boosterthon has also launched two new resources schools can use all year. The Boost Fit Challenge is a 25-episode fitness DVD series designed to make fitness fun for kids. Using simple exercises, students can “workout” with the Boosterthon Team in their classroom for an entire year. In addition to fitness, students can continue developing their character with the Boosterthon Content App. This free app is jam-packed with all the Camp High Five character resources including music, videos, books, and more.
This year, Boosterthon’s 1,000 partner-schools will link arms to fight hunger in America through Boosterthon’s giving initiative, High Five Meal Drive. Partnering with the non-profit Feeding America, Boosterthon will donate five meals for every student who reaches the giveback reward level. Approximately 275,000 meals will be donated this school year to American families in need.
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