What is Fit Kids?
The Fit Kids Program relaunched during Summer 2022. Fit Kids teaches elementary aged school children about nutrition and physical activity through fun, interactive lessons during after school programs and summer camps. In each hour-long lesson, students participate in 30 minutes of nutrition education and 30 minutes of physical activity.
Nutrition lessons are based on the US Department of Agriculture MyPlate nutritional guidelines and include games, crafts, activities, and discussion.
During physical activity time, the students play games and activities such as relay races, jumping rope, and learn that physical activity can be fun and should be part of their everyday lives.
More About Fit Kids
Fit Kids was developed by the Norwalk Health Department and the exercise science programs at Sacred Heart University and Norwalk Community College. The program is run by the Health Department's Health Educators.
Child Provider Partnership Opportunity
If you are provider child provider in Norwalk interested in the Fit Kids Program, please use the provided contact information to learn more and partner with us!
Please note: The Norwalk Health Department only partners with Norwalk Child Provider to run Fit Kids. This program is not available for individual sign up.
Kelley Tomlinson, Health Educator
Jahliah Green, Health Education Associate