Georgia schools focus on health to fight child obesity

12/21/2011 | Daily Citizen (Dalton, Ga.), The

A health fair at Blue Ridge School in Dalton that used mini-stations on hand-washing and Zumba exercise to teach students good habits is one way Georgia schools are focusing on health. The state has a high child obesity rate so students are required to take physical education classes and to do fitness assessments that are sent home to parents.

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