School Board Members, Superintendent Robert W. Runcie, Representatives from The Tibor & Sheila Hollo Foundation and HealthCorps Program, Community Leaders, Students, Parents, Teachers, School Administrators, and District Staff
A special check presentation ceremony is taking place to announce a $75,000 donation by The Tibor & Sheila Hollo Foundation that will be used to bring the unique HealthCorps program to Hallandale Magnet High School.
Thursday, November 5, 2015 9 a.m.
Hallandale Magnet High School
720 NW 9th Avenue
Hallandale Beach, Florida 33009
The Tibor & Sheila Hollo Foundation selected Hallandale Magnet High School as this year’s recipient of a $75,000 donation, which will be used to establish the HealthCorps program at the school. The HealthCorps curriculum and resources will be incorporated into the school’s existing programs. The non-profit HealthCorps organization was founded by Daytime Emmy Award-winning television host Dr. Mehmet Oz and his wife to help educate students on nutrition, fitness and mental resilience, as well as to inspire students to adopt healthy lifestyles.
For more information, contact Angelica Langston, Tibor & Sheila Hollo Foundation, at 954-816-3276.
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