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Brains and Body Program

The Toledo Police Department’s Police Prevention Team (PPT) sponsors a summer fitness program that is held at Robinson Elementary School. The program is for students in grades 3 through 10 and is designed to enhance math skills and promote physical health. Toledo Police officers participate with youth in side-by-side physical challenges. The program is designed to encourage positive relationships between police, youth, and families within the community and to enrich learning during the summer months. This program provides a safe environment for youth, promotes education and physical fitness, offers vital information about the dangers of drugs, deters violent behavior, and develops expanded thinking. The program includes the following activities:



·         Mathematics of Life

·         Etiquette Classes

·         Chess Classes/Game Room

·         Science Spoken Word

·         Double Dutch/Tug of War

·         Hula Hoop (some weighted)

·         Dodge Ball/Kick Ball

·         Aerobic Exercise/Line Dancing

·         Basketball

·         Nutrition Classes

·         Drug Information

·         Introduction to Spanish

·         Male Mentoring



The fitness challenge lasts five weeks during the summer and is offered Monday through Wednesday from 8:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m. Breakfast and lunch are provided. For more information about the Brains and Body Program contact:



Officer Byron Daniels at 419-245-1165 or via email at byron.daniels@toledo.oh.gov or, Officer Flo Wormely at 419-245-1367 or via email at floella.wormely@toledo.oh.gov.



Registration forms are available at the Ottawa Park Police Substation located at 2145 N. Cove Blvd., Toledo, Ohio 43606. Registration is limited.


TOLEDO POLICE DEPARTMENT - 525 N. ERIE TOLEDO, OH 43604 - EMERGENCIES DIAL 911 - NON-EMERGENCY 419-245-3340 - INFORMATION 419-245-3246  
     
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