A group of Columbine High students saw government in action when they took proposals for fighting childhood obesity to the county commissioners.
The presentations were part of a class project by the school’s freshman government section. Five groups of four students each, selected from about 120 students total, pitched their action plans May 13 for battling childhood obesity and inactivity.
The groups suggested everything from social media to outdoor concerts to scavenger hunts as ways of getting kids outside and active.
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