Posted on March 20th, 2013 in Featured

Recently Rosa Parks-Edison Elementary was awarded a Kinect video system complete with a flat screen TV, kiosk, and several sports/physical activity games.  The school was one of 25 schools nationwide honored for all of their efforts towards increasing physical activity and healthy eating among students, staff and families.  The school’s lead team created a plan to use the Kinect system in many ways such as positive incentives for behavior.  Aidan Rosberg won a raffle at a recent All-Pro Dad’s breakfast.  The raffle allowed Aidan and his dad to enjoy time playing Kinect games.  Students will have many years of enjoyment from this award.  The award was made possible through the Fuel Up to Play 60 organization supported by the Colts and the NFL and The American Dairy Association.