School Events

Event StartEvent EndTitle
3/4/2015 Spread the Word to end the Word-Wear Ble and Grey
3/9/2015 3/13/2015 PARCC Testing gr. 5-6
3/11/2015 7:30 PM Board of Education Meeting
3/13/2015 6:00 PM 3/13/2015 8:00 PM PTA Daddy-Daughter Dance: School Gym
3/16/2015 3/20/2015 PARCC Testing gr. 7-8
3/18/2015 "Fuel Up" W2SW
3/18/2015 3:00 PM 3/18/2015 4:30 PM Student Council Meeting
3/19/2015 Spring Pictures
3/23/2015 3/27/2015 PARCC Make-Ups
3/24/2015 6:30 PM 3/24/2015 8:00 PM Health Council Meeting


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Farmingdale Elementary School
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Farmingdale, NJ 07727
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February 2015 Fun Family Fitness & Nutrition News

 School Health Council Resources

It’s National Heart Health Month and a great time to get your heart rate moving!! 

“The American Heart Associationrecommends that children and adolescents participate in at least 60 minutes ofmoderate to vigorous physical activity every day.” The great news is exercisecomes in many forms and can be a lot of fun! With a little creativity you caneasily add some fun physical activity into your parenting style.

  1. Lead the way You need to set a good example. Kids, especially younger children, naturally follow their parents. So look after your own health and make physical activity important everyday. Try walking to school with your kids!
  2. Do it together In today’s overscheduled world, make sure you are spending quality time with your children. Be active together. Since kids can’t be alone roaming the neighborhood, parents need to play with them.
  3. Make it fun  Put on music and dance. Play tag. Roller blade. Basically just play. Provide them with toys and equipment that encourage them to move and have fun. Bikes, scooters, hockey sticks and soccer balls will get your kids moving. For preschool children, toys like pedal cars, big wheels and tricycles are great!
  4. Cheer them on  Create positive reinforcements with encouragement and support. Help them find sports and physical activities that build their self-esteem. Let them know you are their biggest fan whether they win or lose.
  5. Turn it off Limit the time kids watch TV and play video games. But make sure you do it in a positive way. If they are angry that you just turned off their favorite show, they might not be too excited about going out jogging with you. Allow screen time during designated hours, preferably after homework is done and when physical activity is finished, like in the evening or on Saturday morning when tired parents need extra sleep.


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