X Games Xtravaganza - ACE victory arrival in Aspen!

Imagine getting out of school for the day, and getting bused over to the coolest thing in, well, the country right now - the Winter X Games. You walk up the main entrance, into a world of captivating lights and free swag and of course all your favorite X Games athletes. Ahead of you, you can see snowboarders ripping sick trips on a huge halfpipe, and off the the side snowmobilers are flipping and twisting and doing all sorts of insane stuff that in my personal opinion should be banned in some of the crazier states.

March to X Games Day 3 - Dr. HUCKstable report

Just off the mountain and sitting in the front row of Aspen High School's auditorium while the team sets up for an all school assembly.  We have Michael Franti cranking in the background and setting the mood, Michael performing his breathing and auditory exercises.  Bridget saying hello to some old teachers.  Stewy capturing it all on Flip.  Kids playing in the snow outside.  It feels like home.

Sweet Tooth?

In the article Lesson For Schools: Sweetened Junk Shouldn't Count as Food by Ed Bruske, talks about how too much sugar is given to kids in school lunches. In the school lunch rules it says the sugar level should be no more than 30% of the calories...but schools just have a hard time obeying this. Of course they want the food to look more appealing. That's like asking a kid "would you rather have pizza or salad?"

YACC Download

Hey guys, this is Terrae checking in about the latest YACC class! What's YACC, you ask? Good question. It's this hot new group I'm starting up at Met West High School called Youth Activism against Climate Change --> YACC for short. This is my ongoing blog series, so you can find other posts here.

March to the X-games day 4

We've arrived in Aspen, CO... home of the 2010 Winter X-Games!

Quick update for now, because we'll have more coming later:

Check out our video from yesterday - Day 3!

CO Students Want Snow to Shred

Colorado has a lot at stake when it comes to a warming world: shorter (if any) ski seasons, disease and sharp economic downturn are just a few of the projected impacts.

March to the X-Games volume dos

Quick update: we co-presented with two X-Games super stars on Monday at Glenwood Springs HS - Meg Olenick and Spencer O'Brien!

These young women are on top of their game and they found the time to come talk to high school students about their sport, their passions, and why climate change is important to them. Very inspiring!

Check out Bridget's video update!

ACE on the way to the Winter X-Games

ACE Educators Bridget and Michael are on a march to the 2010 ESPN Winter X-Games, in Aspen, Colorado! We’re going to be delivering the ACE presentation to over one thousand students in 5 schools in the Roaring Fork Valley and rockin' it at the X-Games on Thursday!

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