Maddie Philley, left, of the American Heart Association presents the Bronze Workplace Health Achievement Award to Robyn Zagoren, Littleton Public Schools’ wellness coordinator, and Janet Walworth, the district’s risk manager and human-relations specialist. Courtesy of LPS
The American Heart Association presented Littleton Public Schools with a Bronze Workplace Health Achievement Award at the Jan. 18 LPS Board of Education meeting.
Awards are based upon the AHA’s Workplace Health Achievement Index, which offers a comprehensive evaluation of workplace health and wellness programs. The award recognizes the district’s commitment to providing healthy choices and making health a priority for its employees.
Among the 800 applicants, only 17 companies or organizations were recognized in Colorado. LPS was one of only three Colorado school districts to earn a Bronze Award.
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