5-2-1-0 Assembly

A 5-2-1-0 assembly is an interactive program for students in kindergarten through second grade. The assembly focuses on important tips for becoming healthy and safe superheroes. Focused on the 5-2-1-0 rule and safety education, students join Nikki Nutrition on a superhero’s journey toward health!

The 5-2-1-0 rule:

  • 5 or more servings of fruits and vegetables
  • 2 hours or less screen time
  • 1 hour or more of physical activity
  • 0 sugary soft and drinks

To learn more or schedule a wellness program at your school, contact Nikki Boyd at nikki.boyd@nortonhealthcare.org or call (502) 629-7346.

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