Running program helps Ind. elementary-school girls learn about healthy living

05/6/2013 | Goshen News (Ind.), The

An Indiana elementary school has adopted a 10-week curriculum for girls in grades 3 to 6, in which students walk and run -- preparing for a 5K. Meanwhile, girls participating in the "Girls on the Run" program are engaged in conversations about healthy eating, leadership, cooperation, community service and the true meaning of beauty. The program also aims to help girls fight against issues such as eating disorders, alcohol abuse and depression.

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