WCS Wellness Committee

Warren Consolidated Schools is committed to creating a healthy school environment that enhances the development of lifelong wellness practices to promote healthy eating and physical activities that support student achievement.

Warren Consolidated Schools is committed to creating a healthy school environment

The Board of Education recognizes that good nutrition and regular physical activity affect the health and well-being of the District's students. Research concludes that there is a positive correlation between a student's health and well-being and his/her ability to learn. Schools can play an important role in the developmental process allowing students to establish their health and nutrition habits by providing nutritious meals and snack, supporting the development of good eating habits, and promoting increased physical activity both in and out of school.

The effort to support the students' development of healthy behaviors and habits with regard to eating and exercise cannot be accomplished by the schools alone. It will be necessary for not only the staff, but also parents and the public at large to be involved in a community-wide effort to promote, support, and model such healthy behaviors and habits.

Nibbles Newsletter

Nibbles for Health

Nutrition Newsletters for Parents of Young Children

These colorful and engaging newsletters for parents of young children can be shared by Child and Adult Care Food Program providers to communicate information about popular nutrition topics. There are 15 newsletters available in both English and Spanish. Learn more.


Wilkerson Elementary Student Council Penny Drive

The WCS Wellness Committee would like to recognize the Wilkerson Student Council for organizing a Penny War for two weeks in February to benefit the American Heart Association. They raised $2,600. We applaud these Wildcats for a job well done!

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Benefits of Exercise

Easy and Healthy Snack Ideas

By Dietetic Intern Hannah Stowers

Eating healthy snacks during the day helps kids grow, focus in school and refuel after burning off energy. Snacks can help provide nutrients that kids need and keep them from overeating at meal times.

Snack Ideas:
  • Frozen yogurt covered blueberries
  • Peanut butter and banana whole wheat toast
  • Avocado and whole wheat toast
  • Hummus and veggies
  • Chocolate chip, raisin, pretzel, and popcorn trail mix
  • Graham crackers topped with cream cheese and fruit
  • Serve snacks with low fat milk or water (Limit sugary drinks to 4 ounces or less a day)
  • Get the kids involved by letting them help prepare the snack
  • Don' t serve snacks within an hour and a half of meal times to avoid ruining their appetite


Five fun ways to add more fruits and vegetables to your diet

  1. Make a fruit smoothie with low fat milk and any fruit of your choice. Strawberries and bananas is a classic combination!
  2. Use vegetables as pizza toppings! Spinach, tomatoes, and peppers are just some of the choices you can choose-from.
  3. Freeze grapes for a yummy and cool treat!
  4. Swap chips and dip for veggies and dip! If you are looking for a crunchy snack, this is a great alternative. Pair the vegetables with your favorite low fat dressing.
  5. Add fruit to your toast in the morning! Pair peanut butter and bananas for a protein filled breakfast or spread some mashed avocados with a sprinkle of salt and pepper for a breakfast filled with healthy fats!


The mission of the Warren Consolidated Schools, in partnership with families and community, is to achieve a level of excellence in teaching and learning which enables all students to become knowledgeable, productive, ethical, and successful citizens.


We're creating a collaborative culture of stakeholders committed to scholarship and creating success for our staff and students.

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Warren, MI 48093

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