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Calumet High School Joins the Building Healthier Communities Program

Calumet High School will join 148 other Michigan schools as a part of the Building Healthier Communities program. Since 2009, the Building Healthier Communities program has helped schools in the state promote student physical and mental well-being. Building healthier communities is supported by a variety of state-wide organizations including the Blue Cross Blue Shield Network of Michigan, Michigan’s Departments of Health and Human Services, Michigan Department of Education, the Michigan Recreation and Parks Association, MSU Extension, Michigan Virtual, OKAY2SAY, SHAPE Michigan, the United Diary Industry of Michigan, and the University of Michigan and Wayne State University Center for Health and Community Impact. Of the three projects, Calumet High School will join the Step Up for School wellness program. Which will seek to positively impact health behaviors for students and staff.

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