District Fitness and Wellness Committee

The Hilton Board of Education established a District Fitness and Wellness Committee the will continue into the 2014-2015 school year. The purpose of the Hilton School District Fitness and Wellness Committee is to promote healthy lifestyles of students and school employees that may include, but are not limited to, physical, mental, emotional and fiscal wellness.

The Fitness and Wellness Committee is comprised of HCSD Board of Education members, teachers, staff and administrators. The members are: Michelle Ames, Greg Booth, Sharon Brognia, Barbara Cutrona, Marc D'Amico, Claire Drexler, Lisa Drzyzga, Cheryl Fishbaugh, Tim Gagnon, Mike Giruzzi, Scott Massie, Christy Neu, Kelley OíConnell, Jen Simpson, Maureen Thayer and Scott Ziobrowski.

This year's goals have included promoting events that the district has participated in over the years and implementing new initiatives, such as the Eat Well, Live Well Challenge. To learn more about these events, sign up and see photos, please check out the Fitness and Wellness Calendar of Events below.

Fitness and Wellness Videos produced by Hilton High School Media Broadcast Students


5K for FA:  May 7, 2016                                             District Contact: Jen Simpson

As a participant or a donor you have an opportunity make an impact on Fanconi Anemia in honor of Eli Lana, a Hilton student. All proceeds are given to the Fanconi Anemia Research Fund and are tax deductible. The run takes place at Parma Town Park.

J.P. Morgan Corporate Challenge: May 24, 2016         District Contact: Kelley O'Connell

This year's 3.5-mile corporate team race and post-run party once again will be held for the 13th consecutive year on the campus of Rochester Institute of Technology at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, May 24. Registration fee is $36 per person.

2016 Excellus BCBS Teacherís Challenge June 12, 2016  District Contact: Christie Neu

The goal of The Teacherís Challenge is to raise funds to purchase much-needed school supplies and resources for each of the 61 schools in the Rochester City School District. The race begins at 8:30 a.m. at Durand Eastman Beach Park. The cost is $20; $25 after April 15.
Teacher's Challenge Flyer
Teacher's Challenge Race Form
ROC City Values