Rideout Healthy Kids
Rideout Healthy Kids School Assemblies
Eat Well. Move Well. Feel Well. Be Well.
Thought provoking and fun,
Rideout Healthy Kids — The 8 Healthy Habits is an interactive musical theater performance that uses light-hearted
comedy (think Nickelodeon or Disney Channel) to show students it's
cool to be healthy by using skits (often with student participation),
humor, and music aimed to teach students how poor health habits will affect
them later in life.
Actors in the assembly sing, dance, act and show that it's fun to be
more active, watch less TV, and make better choices to eat healthy. This
50-minute assembly is designed for kids in grades K-6 and will be presented
at schools throughout Yuba and Sutter counties.
What participating schools receive
As part of the
Rideout Healthy Kids school program, schools receive a live theater assembly (50 minutes) for
students in grades K-6. We will typically perform for 100 to 500 students
per audience. Smaller schools sometimes combine with other nearby schools
at a single location.
Great Reasons To bring Rideout Healthy Kids to schools
In addition to the assembly, schools will receive follow-up materials
for students, teachers, parents, and health staff, to help extend the
nutrition and health messages throughout the year. Each school will receive a
Rideout Healthy Kids Resource Kit providing fun, hands-on lesson plans and reproducible activity sheets
to follow up on the enthusiasm generated by the show.
Rideout Healthy Kids will teach these important health initiatives:
Making healthier food choices that are full of nutrients can improve memory,
boost creativity, and build overall health.
Everyone needs regular physical activity for stronger muscles and to increase
energy, regardless of their shape, size, health or age.
The Journey to Well-Being
Happy. Secure. Content. Peaceful. Healthy. Thriving. This is what we want
out of life. This is what we want for our children. We want to spend more
time in these places of wellbeing and less in stress, worry, sick and sad.
Rideout Healthy Kids
resources will offer a full range of information and tools to help young
people manage their health.
Assemblies begin February 2014.
If you have any questions or would like more information about our Rideout
Healthy Kids assembly performances, contact Paul DeMeritt at 530 713.4793
or Linda Plummer at 530 751.4268 or if you prefer, send an email to
Here is our mailing address and contact information:
Attn: Rideout Healthy Kids
Ph: 530 749.4300
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