Ways to encourage some healthier habits.
Tips for organizing a successful (and fun!) event.
Help your school community prepare for cold and flu season with these practical tips.
No doubt, new food rules have changed the way kids snack at school. Here's a look at how it's affected some parent groups.
Check out our School Family Nights kits, sampling programs, and other free resources—they're designed to help your group grow involvement and make a difference.
One school's annual event brings families and its community together to learn about healthy living.
Children who exercise enough are more likely to succeed in school, and more school parent groups are helping get them up and off the couch.
Federal rules on school snack sales will take effect for the 2014-15 school year. Find out how the changes will impact school and PTO events and fundraisers.
Tips for organizing and running a day of outdoor play, with involvement from parents and teachers.
Schools can be breeding grounds for the germs that cause colds, the flu, and other illnesses. Here’s how PTOs can help fight germs to keep kids in class.
A family gym night is an inexpensive way for school PTOs and PTAs to get kids moving and put a positive emphasis on physical activity.
Not sure what to offer as health-minded refreshments at your next parent group activity? Give some of these nutritious (and delicious) foods a try.
A PTA encourages its school families to walk a combined 1 million steps to better health.
It’s not exercise when it’s fun. These ideas add a little fitness to your events or serve as great activities on their own.
Giving your bake sale a healthy edge doesn’t have to mean less fun, fewer customers, or lower profits.