2018-19 Operating Plan and Schedule(subject to change)
March Health Nut of the Month:Marty Neibauer!Congratulations to Marty from Central for being nominated and selected as our Health Nut of the month for March!
Here is what his nominator said:
"Marty is the biggest health nut I know. Marty is an avid bike rider, he rides between 150 to 200 hundred miles six time a week. He also continues to work out at Vasa fitness center 3 to 4 times a week. When Marty is not working out or riding his bike he spends his time hiking in the Rocky Mountains with family. Marty just had shoulder replacement surgery 15 weeks ago and started riding his bike and working out at twelve and half weeks. I also have talked with him about nutrition and Marty is a healthy eater, only putting nutritious foods in his body. He is by far the biggest Health Nut in the District!!!"
See more information HERE about how Marty lives a healthy lifestyle!
Would you like to nominate someone for next month's Health Nut of the Month?
2018-2019 Great Holiday Weigh Results are In!
CONGRATULATIONS TO TEAM GIRLS ON THE MOVE @ NORTHRIDGE HIGH SCHOOL: GREAT HOLIDAY WEIGH WINNERS!
The winning team lost the greatest % of weight at 12.03%!! The team credits their success to eating right, portion sizing, doing a daily journal of what they eat, staying active, having each other for support and Weight Watchers!
Incredible work to the following team members:
Team Girls on the Move will receive the traveling trophy and recognition throughout Facebook and webpages.Administrator Health Nut Winner:
Family hike- Box Canyon, Ouray, COElizabeth Urich!Congratulations to Elizabeth Urich, Assistant Principal at Dos Rios for being nominated and selected as our Administrator/Supervisor Health Nut of the Quarter!!
Here is what her nominator had to say:
"Elizabeth is always encouraging our staff to choose healthy options. When staff members have a health initiative they want to try she is there to show her support and offer advice. She does a great job of staying balanced with her work and family life as well as making sure to put her health first. Elizabeth has made many changes this year to live a healthier lifestyle. She is a great cheerleader to help keep healthy choices in the forefront of your mind! I am lucky to work with such a healthy leader!"D6 Worksite Wellness Program Recognized as a Healthy Business Certified Leader by Health Links!
Upcoming Programs and Events!
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District 6 values the health and wellbeing of its employees. In an effort to improve the health of all employees, increase productivity, decrease absenteeism, and have a healthier workforce, the district has had the Worksite Wellness Program in place since 2002. In 2013, the Worksite Wellness Program was recognized by the Wellness Council of America (WELCOA) for its outstanding achievement in health promotion. WELCOA presented District 6 with the "Well Workplace Gold Award."The program is planned by the Worksite Wellness Committee, a group of individuals who are passionate about improving the health of their friends and colleagues.This team meets on a monthly basis to plan, implement, monitor, and evaluate the Worksite Wellness Program. Click here to learn more information about the committee and how it operates. Contact us at District6-Wellness@greeleyschools.org.Vision: D6 staff will motivate, cultivate and journey with one another in well-being
Mission: Creating lifelong healthy, engaged and high performing role models for our students and communityOverarching Goals:
- Engage Administration in supporting, role modeling, and communicating wellness in the workplace.
- Raise awareness of preventive care needed for optimal health.
- Create healthier work environments and foster a culture of wellness.
- Offer wellness programs in the areas of tobacco cessation, weight management/healthy eating, physical activity, medical self-care and stress management.