Over at Honeoye Falls-Lima CSD, the Nutritional Services staff are doling out delicious soups that even parents and district employees are craving.

School administrators at Honeoye Falls-Lima Middle School found that children weren’t taking advantage of breakfast services offered in the school cafeteria. So, they came up with a way to make sure no student starts his day with an empty stomach—the Grab ’n’ Go breakfast kiosk.

Stacy Chiaramonte, a physical education teacher at Paddy Hill Elementary School in Greece Central School District, uses games to help her K to 5 students understand the fundamentals of good nutrition.

Health and physical education teacher, Kelly Hoffman, landed a $10,000 grant from Highmark Foundation’s Creating a Healthy School Environment Grant Program. She used the money to buy new fitness technology for her students to help get their hearts in shape.

More children with cancer are recovering to become healthy, fully functional adults, thanks to growing institutional research, therapeutic strategies for parents and teachers, advancements in medical science, and kids’ own naturally resilient bodies.

As school districts feel the pressure to find more time for academics each day, physical education and daily recess are suffering cutbacks in elementary schools across the United States.

Twin brothers Mark and Mitch Wesley, both seniors at Mars Area High School, have developed a device that can help people with disabilities improve motion control of their powered wheelchairs.

Westfield Academy and Central School teacher Kent Knappenberger receives the first-ever Music Educator Award from the GRAMMY Foundation and Recording Academy.

Led by music teacher Casey Way, Bemus Point Elementary students garnered widespread attention for their participation in National Dance Week with a dance mob performance to Pharrell Williams’ song “Happy.”

Jason Wagner, fourth- and fifth-grade science teacher at Apollo-Ridge Elementary School, receives a grant from Pittcon—the world’s largest annual premier conference and exposition on laboratory science—and uses the money to buy grow boxes for his students to teach them how to grow vegetables.