|Community Youth Challenge 2012|
How do your students respect and protect their lungs?
Thank you for participating in the 2012 Community Youth Challenge (CYC) sponsored by The Lung Association of Saskatchewan and Triple 4 Fine Foods. Three Saskatchewan Roughriders (Neal Hughes, Chris Milo and Scott McHenry) will be visiting over 50 Saskatchewan schools educating and inspiring youth to keep their lungs healthy. We are challenging all participating CYC schools to take part in the classroom challenge!
The theme is Got Lungs? Keep them healthy. Show us how your students respect and protect their lungs!
SUBMIT & WIN:
Every classroom that submits an entry will win Saskatchewan Roughrider youth vouchers that can be redeemed for tickets to a 2012 home game! (The number of tickets will be determined by the amount of entries that we get!) As well, each classroom submission will be assessed against the judging criteria to win the grand prize which consists of a healthy lunch and autograph session with Neal Hughes, Chris Milo and Scott McHenry from the Saskatchewan Roughriders!
HOW TO ENTER:
To participate in the Classroom Challenge, we are asking teachers and students to showcase how they protected and respected their lungs. Remember, this is a classroom challenge, so get everyone involved. You can download the entry form.
Examples of Classroom Challenge submissions could include, but are not limited to, hosting a lung walk or run, a poster contest, making a video, writing a song/poem, Loonies for Lungs campaign, a social media education campaign, etc. Be creative and have fun!
MEET THE JUDGES!
The Lung Association staff, Lung Youth Ambassadors, Roughrider players, Triple 4 Fine Foods staff, and more!
Each entry, which includes the description and visuals, will be judged using the following point system:
Thank you for being a lung health champion by engaging your students to participate in the CYC Classroom Challenge. Together, we can foster a healthier generation of youth, one breath at a time!
Classroom submissions must be submitted to The Lung Association by midnight on Tuesday, May 15, 2012.
Please note: Schools must have or be scheduled to receive a Saskatchewan Roughrider Community Youth Challenge presentation in order to participate in the Classroom Challenge.