Keeping Students Engaged During April Vacation
Healthy Plymouth is a collaboration between Plymouth’s town government, Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital – Plymouth and the Plymouth School System. They work together to identify meaningful ways to stay healthy and combine their expertise and resources to bring opportunities for good health to Plymouth residents.
Healthy Plymouth saw an opportunity to keep middle school aged students engaged and active during the April School vacation week by offering free programs and activities. The program, in its third year, brings students together and offers something for everyone, such as:
- working on a sewing project
- basketball skills
- multiple group exercise classes and games
- a scavenger hunt at the cordage museum
- students interacting with Plymouth Police
- students celebrating Earth Day by learning about local food systems and making their own lunches with locally sourced ingredients
The April School Vacation Program is just one example of the many Healthy Plymouth programs serving to keep Plymouth residents healthy and active.
For more information or volunteer opportunities, visit healthyplymouth.org or contact firstname.lastname@example.org.