Hockey Hookin4Health Program Empowering Students for Success

BY ELTON LONARATHA JNR

THE Hockey Hookin4Health Program continues its visitation to schools this month.

Some of the schools were revisited after receiving the first introduction of the program last month and earlier this month.

It was indeed a successful month for hockey as the program reached out to Mercy Community High School and Panatina Community High School.

The Hookin4Health team conducted the first introduction session for students based on the objectives of the program, which emphasizes more on the theme, Live Well, Learn Well, and Lead Well.

More than 400 students at Panatina CHS attended the introductory session.

Naha Community High School was also introduced to the program, with more than 180 students from grades 4 and 6 attending the session.

Norman Palmer School finally underwent its first training session after the program was introduced last month.

The same for St Nicholas Anglican College. They received their first training session after the program was introduced to the school early this month.

Year 7 students from St Nicholas Anglican College attended the first training session with more excitement.

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