More Videos

With teachers strike looming, Fresno Unified and Fresno Teachers Association leaders talk about where things stand 6:17

With teachers strike looming, Fresno Unified and Fresno Teachers Association leaders talk about where things stand

Burglars caught on camera attacking barking dog, making off with TV 3:40

Burglars caught on camera attacking barking dog, making off with TV

Dallas Blanchard talks about his alleged Fulton Street vandalism 2:24

Dallas Blanchard talks about his alleged Fulton Street vandalism

Que Pasa! opens at Campus Pointe, featuring tequila bar and a sizzling dish 0:52

Que Pasa! opens at Campus Pointe, featuring tequila bar and a sizzling dish

Fresno State celebrates with Oil Can Trophy after big victory over San Diego State 1:05

Fresno State celebrates with Oil Can Trophy after big victory over San Diego State

See border wall prototypes at Otay Mesa Port of Entry from above 5:10

See border wall prototypes at Otay Mesa Port of Entry from above

Sidewalk prayer tents for anyone who wants a prayer 1:08

Sidewalk prayer tents for anyone who wants a prayer

Listeria is rare but dangerous 0:33

Listeria is rare but dangerous

Restoration of Fulton Street sculptures reveals a treasure of California public art 2:22

Restoration of Fulton Street sculptures reveals a treasure of California public art

49ers executive John McVay on Dwight Clark 1:14

49ers executive John McVay on Dwight Clark

  • Here is how your kid can be 'The Best Me'

    Kaiser Permanente's Educational Theatre program uses music, dance and audience interaction to guide children toward better lifestyle choices. The troupe was at Del Mar Elementary School in central Fresno teaching students in kindergarten through sixth grade how to be "The Best Me" through exercise and food choices.

Kaiser Permanente's Educational Theatre program uses music, dance and audience interaction to guide children toward better lifestyle choices. The troupe was at Del Mar Elementary School in central Fresno teaching students in kindergarten through sixth grade how to be "The Best Me" through exercise and food choices. Craig Kohlruss The Fresno Bee
Kaiser Permanente's Educational Theatre program uses music, dance and audience interaction to guide children toward better lifestyle choices. The troupe was at Del Mar Elementary School in central Fresno teaching students in kindergarten through sixth grade how to be "The Best Me" through exercise and food choices. Craig Kohlruss The Fresno Bee

Play’s the thing to teach students about healthy living

September 29, 2016 3:40 PM

More Videos

With teachers strike looming, Fresno Unified and Fresno Teachers Association leaders talk about where things stand 6:17

With teachers strike looming, Fresno Unified and Fresno Teachers Association leaders talk about where things stand

Burglars caught on camera attacking barking dog, making off with TV 3:40

Burglars caught on camera attacking barking dog, making off with TV

Dallas Blanchard talks about his alleged Fulton Street vandalism 2:24

Dallas Blanchard talks about his alleged Fulton Street vandalism

Que Pasa! opens at Campus Pointe, featuring tequila bar and a sizzling dish 0:52

Que Pasa! opens at Campus Pointe, featuring tequila bar and a sizzling dish

Fresno State celebrates with Oil Can Trophy after big victory over San Diego State 1:05

Fresno State celebrates with Oil Can Trophy after big victory over San Diego State

See border wall prototypes at Otay Mesa Port of Entry from above 5:10

See border wall prototypes at Otay Mesa Port of Entry from above

Sidewalk prayer tents for anyone who wants a prayer 1:08

Sidewalk prayer tents for anyone who wants a prayer

Listeria is rare but dangerous 0:33

Listeria is rare but dangerous

Restoration of Fulton Street sculptures reveals a treasure of California public art 2:22

Restoration of Fulton Street sculptures reveals a treasure of California public art

49ers executive John McVay on Dwight Clark 1:14

49ers executive John McVay on Dwight Clark

  • With teachers strike looming, Fresno Unified and Fresno Teachers Association leaders talk about where things stand

    Fresno Unified Superintendent Bob Nelson and Fresno Teachers Association President Tish Rice weigh in on a potential strike.