School Health Initiative Program kicks off in Williamsburg-James City County Schools


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Working to make the healthy choice the easy choice, the School Health Initiative Program (SHIP) is activating kids in schools through fun activities and challenges for students to be active and eat healthily.

On April 23rd, 2016, students from the Williamsburg-James City County Schools (WJCC) participated in a 5K and also led demonstrations in karate, yoga, hip-hop, and ballet. SHIP also provided farmers market attendees samples of the latest school foods being served up in the WJCC schools.

SHIP is funded by the Williamsburg Health Foundation and works in partnership with WJCC schools to create and serve healthy recipes to kids in schools and keep kids active.

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