AZ Schools: Send Obese Kids Home With A Note?

January 3, 2011

New TYT Network channels: New TYT Facebook Page(!): Follow us on Twitter: DISCOUNTS: FREE Movies(!): Note: The above two links are for TYT sponsors. Read Ana’s blog and subscribe at: TYT Network (new WTF?! channel): Check Out TYT Interviews FLAGSTAFF – The Flagstaff school district will be sending letters to parents whose elementary school children are overweight or headed in that direction. “These are serious, serious problems going on inside of these children now, and we have to do drastic things to make them better,” pediatrician Nina Souders told the Flagstaff Unified School District board last week. Flagstaff physicians and nurses are reporting obesity-related diabetes in children as young as age 4. The school district’s top nurse estimates about 50 percent of the district’s elementary school students will be classified as overweight or bordering on overweight. Elementary school students will be weighed and measured this fall with help from Flagstaff Medical Center’s Fit Kids staff and North Country HealthCare. The nonprofits will target education efforts, particularly to schools with more students with severe weight problems. Letters will go to parents of students who are underweight, overweight or marginally overweight, and will include graphs showing a range of weights for a given age and height

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Grand Desert Days Festival 2009

May 6, 2009

Highlights of the 2nd annual Grand Desert Days Festival in Morristown, AZ, April 18, 2009
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