Perhaps you’ve heard of some schools implementing bicycle desks – the FitDesks with built-in pedals designed to keep students active while also helping “work off some of the nervous energy that can keep them from focusing in the classroom.” But students at Mary A. White Elementary are using bikes in a new way that engages […]
2017 is bringing all sorts of changes – a new year, a new start, new goals and new experiences. At PrimeroEdge, 2017 is bringing a new event – Edge Summit. The inaugural Edge Summit, held April 6-7 in The Woodlands, Texas is a great opportunity to learn more about PrimeroEdge, learn more about hot topics […]
Colin O’Brady walks us through his ascent to becoming a World Record mountain climber and shares his passion for promoting healthy lifestyles for children.
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Last week, President Donald Trump proclaimed February 2017 as American Heart Month. In the proclamation, President Trump briefly discusses progress made due to scientific research and advancements in technology to treat and prevent heart attacks and strokes.The proclamation concludes with a call to action, encouraging Americans to wear red in order to emphasize the significance […]
Discover the changes ahead as a transition of power takes place in Washington D.C. Find out what the future of your program may look like and which changes ahead are bound to hit your program.
In this interview with our in-house legislative analyst and lobbyist, Harib Massu, you can get inside the mind of a Washington insider. […]
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A new political climate has descended on Washington, D.C.
The shift is brought by a changing political dynamic, as Republicans now hold a majority in both houses of Congress along with the Presidency, and a coinciding changing tide in legislators’ visions for the nation.
The differences between the Democratic and Republican Party exceed just the realm of […]
The holidays are over and the New Year is here! Let’s kick off 2017 by taking a look at 5 food trends nationwide that might just find a place in your school nutrition program.
Bigger, Badder Breakfast
Restaurants across the country are now offering all-day long breakfast options. Breakfast for breakfast, lunch and dinner no […]
Holiday breaks are here, and we can all breathe a sigh of relief!
When the season passes and a new year stands in front of us, there are a lot of things we’ll have to confront, manage and execute within our program- good and bad.
Some of you may even have Administrative Reviews coming up, some of […]