Looking to unite your district in a fun, healthy challenge? Join us in HealthCode’s October Marathon in a Month virtual activity challenge.
Your district is invited to join us in HealthCode’s October Marathon in a Month virtual activity challenge.
Marathon in a Month is a fun way to engage and connect your entire District, to stay active and safely connected. Can’t do a Marathon? What if you have 31 days to complete 26, 50, or 100 miles?
Yes, this virtual Marathon is designed to be inclusive for all. Whether you're looking for a weight loss challenge, interested in group fitness with your friends and coworkers or just want to get in shape, we support you! Off to the virtual races!
The implementation resources make this virtual event simple to administer and to use. There are no required fees for Districts or individuals to participate in the challenge.
Registration is now open. From the Organization, participants pull-down list select your “Organization’s Name” and enter their personal mileage goal
From October 1 to 31st, your employees log activity miles or minutes and start working on a healthier life. Registrants will receive a confirmation email from HealthCode with instructions on how to participate!
TASBO will recognize participating Districts in upcoming publications. And the TASBO staff will take part as well.
HealthCode is a 501c3 nonprofit organization, whose mission is to empower people to live healthier, happier lives, free from preventable chronic diseases.
A Conversation with HealthCode's Steve Amos: Wellness, Fun, and Team-Building
In this episode of TASBOcast, we have a conversation with HealthCode CEO Steve Amos. HealthCode is an organization dedicated to improving the health of communities, through monthly virtual challenges – like the upcoming Marathon in a Month. The conversation includes a discussion on the advantage of organizing virtual challenges in the office, including school districts.
"And that is the aspect of recognition, respect and reenergize. We need to recognize that there is an issue with work life balance and it's important." - Steve Amos