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circle the appropriate responses, and sign your name at the end of the document
stating that you will participate in the events.Thank you in advance for your consideration
in this matter.
in your health now can mean less chance for health conditions in the future.
Look at your parents or grandparents; do they have any health conditions?
Genetics can play a part in our chances for getting certain disease.Genetics are characteristics that we inherit
from parent to child.For example, eye
color, hair color and height are all determined by the parent’s attributes.
Health conditions also run in families.Parents pass on certain health risks to their children. Eating well,
being physically active, and not using tobacco can help us lower our chances
for many diseases.
It’s important to know your risk factors
and understand how being healthy can help you now and later in life.
Pot-Luck Dinner is a program designed to get children involved in creating a healthy
meal.It also serves as an event to
inform parents about different health issues that can affect their family
tree.Parents are responsible for
finding a healthy recipe, making the dish with the student, and bringing the
recipe and the dish in for the student on the Parent Pot-Luck Day.The student is responsible for helping the
parent make the dish, discussing their research project concerning the family
tree and summarizing the cooking process for the healthy dish.The final student presentation will be given
on the night of the Parent Pot-Luck Dinner.Each parent-student team will be judged based on the best presentation
and the healthiest dish.The winning
team will be awarded.
year the Parent Pot-Luck Dinner will be held on: