Student Wellness: An SRHS Priority

Student Wellness: An SRHS Priority
Posted on 11/07/2017
Wellness Word CloudHolistic health and wellness of students at Salt River High School is a top priority for administrators and staff year-round. We take pride in knowing our educational environment makes space for not only the mind, but body, spirit and more.

In November, there will be several opportunities for students to focus on their health and wellness beyond academics, and SRHS is excited and grateful to offer these activities to our students and their families.

The Athlete In You, A Proud Tradition 
(Nov. 16)

A morning with Salt River Children’s Foundation, Salt River IRONMAN and IRONMAN Foundation athletes.

SRHS students* in grades 7-12 will participate in three workshops with the athletes:

  • Reconnecting With Your Inner Athlete: Panel discussion and Q&A with IRONMAN athletes.
  • An Intro to Stretching and Meditation: Body and mind focus, strength and power.
  • Athlete Fuel/Food: (Cafeteria) Healthy and delicious foods for maximum energy.

Following the workshops, athletes and students will gather in the auditorium for an overview of the IRONMAN Foundation, then join in the cafeteria for a healthy “athlete fuel” lunch.

This event is closed to the public.

Basic flyer with date, time, location and sponsors of the IRONMAN event.

(Nov. 21)

Under the Stars with Barnaby Lewis

Families and Community members are invited to join SRHS staff and students for a night of sharing a FREE family-style meal; cultural stories; and traditional songs (we hope all who come will share their stories and talents with everyone!).

The main meal has been GENEROUSLY DONATED for all to enjoy!

Please bring a chair for yourself and a dessert to share with others!

Wearing traditional attire is encouraged!

Flyer - click to download a PDF copy

Journey to Wellness
(Nov. 22)

Sponsored by the SRPMIC Diabetes Prevention Services Program

SRHS Students will get to meet motivational health experts Waylon Pahona (Founder of Healthy Active Natives) and Paul Roberts, Jr. (Founder of the Ho-Chunk Weightlifting Club) for a morning to focus wellness, inspiration, Native culture and the philosophy behind leading a healthy lifestyle.

Flyer - click the image to download a PDF Copy

For more information, call SRHS at 480-362-2000.


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