Contests that promote healthy living, healthy habits and healthy children. These contests are updated as we discover new ones.
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First Lady Michelle Obama, WGBH Boston, the U.S. Department of Education, and the U.S. Department of Agriculture invite you and your child to enter the 4th annual Healthy Lunchtime Challenge & Kids’ “State Dinner.”
challenging families across the nation to show the First Lady five ways they're leading healthier lives. Artwork should reflect this year's theme, "#GimmeFive." The First Lady will select two winning designs, which will be used as part of the White House 2015 Easter Egg Roll program and souvenir poster.
The National Education Association's Health Information Network has "launched a national contest to collect videos, photos and narratives about Smart Snacks implementation. NEA is calling upon educators, food service and other support professionals, administrators, students, and families to enter the contest.
The National Center for Families Learning (NCFL) is excited that you are investing your time to nominate a great family educator for the 2015 Toyota Family Teacher of the Year Award. NCFL and Toyota initiated this partnership 18 years ago to recognize the teachers in the nation who are best at engaging families in the educational process. School and community-based teachers who are exceptional at engaging families are eligible for nomination.
This award, presented in collaboration with American School & University magazine and the Green Cleaning Network, recognizes the efforts of schools around the nation with outstanding green cleaning programs. Through national recognition, it honors schools and their partners that embrace green principles and practices in their maintenance operations.
This is a chance for you and your organization to inspire others to join in educating Americans about what they can do to reduce their risk of food poisoning.
BAC Drop Spring Story Contest Deadline: May 30, 2014
Kids get to create their own food safety story using an easy, fill-in-the-blank story template! As they fill in the story, they'll learn food safety basics every kid should know. Scan or mail in template.
HICCup is sponsoring The Way to Wellville, a national competition to find five communities to compete over five years for the greatest improvement in five measures of health and economic vitality.
NPHW wants to hear about the ways you used media outreach and social media promotion to engage the public before, during and after your event. Contest submissions are due by 5 p.m. EDT on April 30. You can find the complete set of rules and guidelines on the NPHW website.
Together, with the help of their parents, children ages 8 – 12 years old are invited to submit an original lunch recipe inspired by MyPlate. They could win the chance to attend the Kids' “State Dinner” hosted by First Lady Michelle Obama at the White House in Washington, D.C.