2016 Elementary Fall Winners

Congratulations to everyone who participated in the Healthy Futures Fall Challenge!


*14,941 Elementary students participated in our Fall 2016 challenge

 *31,275 total logs were turned in 




2016 Fall Challenge Winners: These schools will receive a banner in recognition of their effort.

      Tier 1:                          Tier 2:                                       Tier 3:                                                Tier 4: 

1st: Bowman           1st: Anderson (Eielson)               1st: Two Rivers School                        1st: Cantwell School
2nd: Alpenglow           2nd:     Huffman                    2nd: Aniguiin School (Elim)                    2nd: Whale Pass School
3rd: June Nelson       3rd:   Abbott Loop                           3rd: Fort Yukon                               3rdHoly Cross School
*Healthy Futures recognizes those schools that participate, but may not win one of the top three spots. We are awarding grants via lottery of $200 to 25 non-prize winning schools that maintained a participation rate of at least 20% for the challenge period.

Lottery Schools:

Chugach Optional Elementary
Galena Elementary
Taku Elementary
Pacific Northern Academy
North Star Elementary
Butte Elementary
Salcha Elementary
Northern Lights Academy
Spring Hill Elementary
Aqquluk Elementary
Rampart School
Nordale Elementary
Shungnak School
Girdwood School
Port Graham School
Bear Valley Elementary
Woodriver Elementary
Harold Kaveolook School
Kalifornsky Beach Elementary
Ketchikan Charter School
Johnny Oldman School (Hughes)
Minto School
Creekside Park Elementary
Aquarian Charter School
Koliganek School

Students who turn in three consecutive qualified logs during the challenge period are entered into a drawing to win a grand prize of a $300 sports package. The sports package of $300 can be used for the purchase of sports equipment.

Anchorage Individual Winners:

Student  from Ravenwood Elementary

Rural Individual Winners:

Student from Elim

Healthy Futures would not be successful without the partnerships of teachers, parents, administrators and  the motivated students.  Thank you for your hard work and dedication to build the daily habit of physical fitness. 

-The Healthy Futures Team

Harlow Robinson & Alyse Loran