Minn. middle-school students get "screen free" challenge

04/25/2013 | Pierce County Herald (Ellsworth, Wis.)

Students at Lake Middle School in Woodbury, Minn., are being challenged to turn off their video games and computers for a week. Wellness committee adviser Emily Frankfurth says the purpose of "Screen Free Week" is to get students to connect with each other and participate in healthy activities, so after-school events are planned, such as planting a garden and physical education games.

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Pierce County Herald (Ellsworth, Wis.)

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