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Students at 5 AAPS elementary schools rock out at lively nutrition assembly

 The Jump with Jill Nutrition Assembly—dubbed “the world’s only rock and roll nutrition show”—was held a five AAPS elementary schools last week.

Haisley students listen to some nutrition tips during the rock & roll assembly.

 
The assemblies—offered at Pittsfield, A2 STEAM, Dicken, King, and Haisley—came at no cost to the district thanks to the United Dairy Industry of Michigan’s Fuel Up to Play 60.
 
Founded in May 2006, Jump with Jill uses music and dance to celebrate healthy habits in a live interactive concert. Designed for grades K-6, the show is performed around the country at school assemblies, public events, and conferences.

King students join the fun on stage last week at the Jump with Jill Assembly.

 
 

 

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1 Comment to Students at 5 AAPS elementary schools rock out at lively nutrition assembly

  1. Julia Blough // December 3, 2018 at 12:26 pm //

    This is not an assembly, it’s a forced advertisement. The Milk Council wants to make sure kids consume its product. AAPS should not allow companies to profit from children missing class time!

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