Hope you enjoy and/or relate... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QTiRp2SWdSA The Written Poem: A Living Active Poem Existence is vibration, and deep inside life We find conscious meditation A habit, a ritual, a voice of shorts A way to interpret what our mind purports We move forward, down the road though we don’t avow Like a run-away train, no… Continue reading A Living Active Poem
Living active is a lifestyle. It is a habit. It is a belief. This blog has stayed alive because I love to influence people to move and to be active. When we move and are active there are three things that usually happen: Our heart begins to beat faster. 2. Our bodies begin to sweat. 3.… Continue reading A Dream of Living Active
Making it a family routine
Washington Elementary 2nd Annual R.O.A.R. 1 Mile Fun Run Friday, May 3rd @ 4:00pm Registration & Order forms must be turned in to Washington office by Friday, 4/19/13 or your t-shirt order will NOT be processed for arrival before the day of the run! Students from ANY school & ALL AGES may participate. Cost is… Continue reading 2nd annual Fun Run is back!!!
We will never stop our pursuit of greatness. We will become bigger, stronger, faster, and smarter with each breath we take.
Wildcat Country's first annual Health fair and second annual Fitness night was a success last week. Thank you to all the parents, community members, and staff members that volunteered their time to make this event possible. Living active is a choice we each make each day and it is great to be a part of… Continue reading Health and Fitness Night Success
Washington and Sacajawea Elementary schools are two of the schools are the Treasure Valley participating in the Stampede Step it up event this year. The event consists of the Blue Cross of Idaho supplying fourth and fifth graders with activity log books and pedometers (step counters) to use during the month of March. The school… Continue reading Stampede Steps it up
For the Second Annual Dr. Suess Land students progressed through a series of obstacle courses designed to be fun, creative, and get your heart rate up. It was a great success and students ended to day with a Suess assembly and a reading of a Suess book.