Griffin Middle School Hosts Health-a-Palooza for the Community

Cobb Schools Food and Nutrition Services participates in Griffin Middle School's health fair.

Families were invited to level up their well-being game by attending Griffin Middle School’s Health-a-Palooza. The event, which promoted healthy living for students and their families, kicked off Wellness Week and celebrated Griffin’s status as one of the healthiest schools in America! 4F0A8683.jpg

“I feel incredibly fortunate to be part of the Griffin Middle School community! Recently, we hosted our very first community health fair, and I’m thrilled to share that it was a resounding success with approximately 300 participants and volunteers joining us,” said Dr. Adam Mullis, Griffin’s Physical Education and Health teacher. 

Taste buds danced as students explored a food paradise of tasty, nutritious bites. Students looked to the future as they checked out dream job opportunities in the career corner and challenged themselves by tackling the adrenaline-pumping obstacle course. 

4F0A8718.jpgA music DJ pumped up guests’ hearts as they got excited about healthy living and bounced away the stress inside the expansive bouncy houses. Health vendors provided guests with an array of future health and wellness options. The Health-a-Palooza served up a world of games and challenges catering to the whole family. 

Griffin’s health fair was described as the place to be for a healthy dose of food, fitness, fun, and future planning.

“This event truly highlighted the importance of teamwork in ensuring our students’ success. I’m immensely grateful for our community’s understanding and support, recognizing that health is an integral component of their achievements,” Dr. Mullis said. “Together, we’re making a positive difference in the lives of our students, and I couldn’t be more thankful for the collaborative spirit we share.”

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