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Schools recognized by program

June 26, 2013

Catawba County Health Partners’ Eat Smart Move More Catawba County (ESMM) coalition has recognized 36 Healthy Schools through the 2013 Healthy Schools Recognition Program. 

Now in its third year, the Healthy Schools Recognition Program has helped support healthier school environments for more than 20,600 students in public and private schools across the county.
Schools recognized as Healthy Schools for 2013 are:

Balls Creek Elementary
Bandys High School
Banoak Elementary
Blackburn Elementary
Catawba Elementary
Challenger High
Claremont Elementary
Clyde Campbell Elem.
Discovery High
Fred T. Foard High Sch.
Hickory High School
Jenkins Elementary
Longview Elementary
Lyle Creek Elementary
Maiden Elementary
Maiden High School
Maiden Middle Sch.
Montessori Sandy Ford
Mountain View Elem.
N-C High School
N-C Middle School
Northview Middle Sch.
Oakwood Elementary
Oxford Elementary
Sherrills Ford Elem.
Shuford Elementary
Snow Creek Elementary
South Newton Elem.
Southwest Elementary
St. Stephens Elementary
St. Stephens High Sch.
Startown Elementary
Thornton Elementary
Tuttle Elementary
Viewmont Elementary
Hickory Career and Magnet.

To read more of this story, pick up the Thursday edition of Catawba County's community newspaper, The Observer News Enterprise, at newsstands throughout the county.

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