in cash & prizes awarded to participating schools in 2020!
Going for the gold with WinterKids Winter Games!
Our WinterKids Challenge for elementary schools went for the gold in 2020! Two elementary schools in each of Maine’s 16 counties competed in a four-week outdoor physical activity and nutrition challenge during the month of January for cash prizes, equipment and more.
The WinterKids Winter Games inspired 7,332 students and 1,113 teachers and staff from every county in Maine to go for the gold in 2020!
THE FINAL SCORES ARE IN!
Prescott Memorial School, Washington
Jonesport Elementary School, Jonesport
Dr. Levesque Elementary School, Frenchville
News & Updates
The WinterKids Winter Games 2020 got 32 Maine schools (2 in every county in Maine), including 7,332 kids and 1087 teachers and support staff (superintendents, principals, vice principals, school nutrition,…
On January 6, students and staff at 32 elementary schools around the state will participate in WinterKids’ third annual WinterKids Winter Games. This outdoor physical activity and nutrition competition encourages…
Congratulations to Leroy H. Smith School, in Winterport Maine (representing Waldo County) who scored an additional point in the WinterKids Winter Games 2020 as our wild card winners for week…
Schools across Maine just completed Week 3 of the WinterKids Winter Games a 4–week physical activity and nutrition competition designed to encourage kids and teachers to develop healthy lifestyles. Schools are vying…
Schools across Maine just completed Week 2 of the WinterKids Winter Games a 4–week physical activity and nutrition competition designed to encourage kids and teachers to develop healthy lifestyles. Schools are vying…
Congratulations to Dr. Levesque Elementary, in Frenchville Maine (representing Waldo County) who scored an additional point in the WinterKids Winter Games 2020 as our wild card winners for week 1…
Winter Games 2020 Schedule
“The activities gave us new, fresh ways to get the kids engaged outside. Students enjoyed the inquiry, and structure, yet freedom in the way they were able to carry out the activities. It also gave us a great chance to work together as a school, team, and community. “
KAREN THURSTONANDOVER ELEMENTARY
“Our students are much more aware of the fun they can have in these long winter months and it’s been wonderful to hear the positive feedback from our parents. It certainly made January fly right by!“