About Healthy Classrooms
“Healthy students and teachers create happy classrooms where more growth and learning can occur. We love having the opportunity to work directly with teachers throughout Flathead Valley to fund their classroom dreams and create more learning adventures.” - Brittany Coburn, NP-C, Logan Health School-Based Health Center Program Director.
Logan Health's Foundation and School-Based Services awards local educators across Northwest Montana with $500 grants to provide student-centered and staff-related healthy living initiatives. This April, Logan Health awarded grants to 11 educators at northwest Montana schools.
The awarded grants will fund projects such as portable art toolkits for painting outside, class sensory bins, under-desk exercise pedals, mental health resources books for students, yoga/meditative mats and class for educator wellness, and new exercise equipment, such as a stationary bike and a rowing machine. Logan Health’s Healthier Classrooms Grants occur bi-annually in the Fall and Spring.
In culmination with this Spring’s recipients, the Logan Health Foundation has awarded over $14,000 to local educators for school-based health initiatives.
Educators from following schools received Healthy Classroom grants:
- Cayuse Prairie School
- Columbia Falls High School
- Columbia Falls Junior High
- Cornelius Hedges Elementary School
- Cut Bank Schools
- Edgerton Elementary School
- Kalispell Middle School
- Somers Middle School
- Sunburst Elementary School
Support Healthy Classrooms
Your gift to Logan Health's Healthy Classrooms initiative directly supports our work to ensure continued excellence in health care for our community. Thank you for joining us in this critical work! Through your tax-deductible donation, you are helping build healthier futures and strengthening our community.
You can make a gift online today, choose to make that gift recurring through our online form, or send a gift directly to:
Logan Health Foundation
310 Sunnyview Ln
Kalispell, MT 59901