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Health Fair & Wellness Night

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Health & Wellness Fair

Save the Date....Wednesday, April 12th

Comet Run Club

  • Run Club is on Wednesdays. It starts at 7:30 am and goes until 7:55 am.
  • All students must have signed permission slip & waivers.
  • A one-time $5 voluntary donation is encouraged to help cover the costs for the club.
  • The Run Club is open to all Creekside Students.  1st-5th grade students may be dropped off at 7:30 and Kindergarten students must have a parent attend Run Club with them and walk them to class at 8am.
  • Each Run Club member will receive a backpack chain and earn charms to add to the chain through-out the year
  • Each Run Club member will earn a foot charm for every 5 miles they run.  The laps will be cumulative and awards given after every 5 miles and at significant milestones. 
  • There will also be monthly awards for participation or attendance. 
    • Examples include:
      • Attend Run Club on Wednesday, Oct 7th with a completed registration form and receive a sneaker charm.
      • Turn in your bib from Run for Education in October and receive a book charm. 
      • Turn in a Ziploc bag of candy on 11/4/15 and receive a pumpkin charm.
    • More special awards to be announced for 2016 and a year-end celebration in May.
    Run Club Charms
  • No Run Club on rainy days - we will email participating parents.
We also need parent volunteers to make this a successful program.  If you are interested in volunteering, please click here to sign up.
Comet Run club spirit wear including t-shirts are also available at Cafe Press.
For more information please contact Troy Lundberg <>.

All in


The Affordable Care Act (ACA) brings historic opportunities to achieve health coverage for millions of California children and families. This is a defining moment for anyone whose passion is education and healthy children and families.

PTA is pleased to be part of the ALL IN for Health campaign, which is aimed at informing millions of families in the school community who are uninsured about new health care options and enrollment through the ACA. Eligible participants include children, parents, school and child-care employees, and after-school staff.

PTA leaders are uniquely positioned to help.

  • Many children who qualify for health coverage through public programs are not currently enrolled. The Affordable Care Act will bring uninsured children and adults affordable options for health coverage and new avenues for enrollment.
  • Millions of parents, school employees, and children will qualify for financial assistance in purchasing health insurance through California's health insurance marketplace, Covered California.

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