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Warriors UP for a Healthier Generation, Powered by Jawbone
June 3, 2014
On Tuesday, May, 20th, the Warriors and Jawbone teamed up with the Alliance for a Healthier Generation to tip-off the UP for a Healthier Generation program at San Francisco’s Sheridan Elementary School.
The program consisted of the school’s teachers participating in a one week health and fitness challenge to be the healthiest role model for their students to support childhood health. The tip-off event featured a school-wide assembly to introduce the students and teachers to the program and to distribute Jawbone Up bands to the participating teachers.
Warriors Hypewoman Ruby Lopez emceed the event which included Warriors players Harrison Barnes and Festus Ezeli who spoke to the school about how the Up band helps them in their daily routine and utilizing it to meet their goals.
Also in attendance was Jawbone Marketing Manager Emily Anadu who spoke about the partnership with the Warriors and the Alliance and how the competition will benefit the entire school.
Senior Healthcare Advisor from the Alliance for a Healthier Generation, Jenny Bogard, spoke about how the students can motivate and encourage their teachers to be active.
SFUSD Elementary Division Director Ana De’Arce touched on what the experience means for the school and the students.
San Francisco School Board Commissioner & Mayor’s Education Advisor Hydra Mendoza thanked the Warriors, Jawbone and the Alliance
To motivate the students and teachers, Ruby announced there would be daily prizes for the team with the most steps and sleep and that the team with the highest total at the end of the competition would be invited out to a Warriors home game next season for a behind-the-scenes tour of Oracle Arena, to watch pregame shoortaround courtside and to enjoy the game.
During the week, teacher’s logged their steps and sleep onto the leaderboard in the cafeteria where students visited daily to vi
To conclude the challenge, on Friday, May 30th, the Warriors returned to Sheridan for their last day of school to announce the w
Principal Edwards introduced Ruby Lopez who congratulated the excited students on the completion of a successful year of school. She also informed them that she had the results of the competition. The competition proved to be very close as a different team won each day.
As she announced the team names of the daily winners, the students cheered with excitement. Anticipation built as everyone awaited the team name for the grand prize winner, the Cheetahs and their teacher, Miss Cheung.
The students erupted as Ruby presented Miss Cheung, with a certificate and welcomed up her students to the stage for a group photo.
Students and teachers alike expressed their excitement over the competition and how it has motivated them to monitor their sleeping habits, walk more and to be more healthy overall.
Daily Winners Day 1: Cheetahs Day 2: Jack Rabbits Day 3: Third Grade Stars Day 4: King Swags Day 5: Super Ninjas Day 6: Freedom Fighters