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Family Fitness Night
The Niles North Physical Welfare Department, along with the American Heart Association and POLAR heart monitors, invite Niles North students and their families to attend Family Fitness Night from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. on Thursday, November 29 in the Cardio Lab Room (1950) at Niles North High School, 9800 Lawler, Skokie. Families will be able to experience POLAR heart rate monitors and hear presentations from the American Heart Association on healthy living, as well as a cooking demonstration.
This is a free event for the entire family. Tour the fitness facilities available to Niles North students, and learn about the POLAR Gx system that P.E. teachers and students use to monitor target heart rates. Participants should wear workout clothes and be ready to move. The American Heart Association will conduct free heart screenings, and families can try out the equipment in the cardio lab.
For more information, please contact Niles North Director of Physical Welfare Paul Swanson at (847) 626-2288. This event is presented by the powerful partnership of Niles Township High School District 219, the American Heart Association and POLAR.
More About Niles North High School
A public four-year high school and part of District 219, Niles North High School is the future home for students from McCracken Middle School, Old Orchard Junior High, East Prairie and Golf Middle School.
Located across the street from Old Orchard Mall and east of the Edens Expressway, Niles North High School opened its doors in 1964. In 2008, the school received an award for having the "#1 Fine Arts Program in the United States."
Known as the "Vikings," the school has a variety of interscholastic athletic programs that include basketball, cross country, gymnastics, soccer, swimming, cheerleading and softball. Some notable graduates include Erin Heatherton, a Victora Secret's fashion model, Brent Novoselsky, who played tight end for the Chicago Bears and Minnesota Vikings and Mike Krasny, founder of CDW.