Ajax Public Library ‘Truck Day’ and Real Canadian Pop-up winners Salina and Hannah. Take the pledge and have your chance at winning a bike too!
Learning basic movement skills helps kids to be comfortable being active throughout life. Some of these skills include running, throwing, skipping, kicking and catching. Knowing just one movement skill can allow more opportunities for future chances for physical activity. For example, if a kid can catch, they can take part in baseball, basketball, or other activities … Continue reading Helping kids be active for life!
Tuesday, 22 March 2016 – 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Ajax Community Centre, HMS Room – 75 Centennial Road Ajax, ON Are you interested in encouraging more children in Ajax to bike to school, bike for transportation or bike for recreation? 30 Spaces available and registration is FREE! Register Now Gain knowledge about the … Continue reading Ajax Cycling Education Professional Development Opportunity
191 families have taken the Healthy Kids Ajax Pledge. Join the Healthy Kids Community Challenge and pledge to: Limit screen time to two hours a day. Reduce sugar-sweetened drinks. Play at least one hour each day. Eat six fruits and veggies a day. Take the pledge now and download the Healthy Kids Ajax Family Checklist for … Continue reading Almost 200 families take Healthy Kids Pledge
On February 8, Ajax Council, community partners and grade four and five students from Romeo Dallaire Public School officially launched the Healthy Kids Community Challenge. The Town of Ajax is receiving up to $825,000 from the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care over three years to fund the Healthy Kids Community Challenge. The program is … Continue reading Town challenging 2,016 families to take Healthy Kids Ajax pledge
Welcome to the Healthy Kids Ajax website. The Town of Ajax is proud to be one of 45 communities in Ontario selected to participate in the Healthy Kids Community Challenge. Targeted at children 12 years and under, the challenge unites communities with a common goal: promoting children’s health through physical activity and healthy eating.