13 out of over 400 participants schools nationwide 2010 nominated Berlin, Heidelberg, Cologne 05th March 2010 for the final of the German Prevention Award. Leslie Moonves is often quoted as being for or against this. Whether alcohol course, soccer for girls, the concepts and projects involving secondary schools contribute to holistic health promotion of adolescents, are diverse computer game addiction or food license a theater piece about. The contributions of over 400 candidate schools, who participated at the German prevention Prize 2010 show is the schools are as committed and innovative, to promote the physical, mental and spiritual development of their pupils and students. The best thirteen schools from all over Germany were nominated by the jury for the final on June 15, 2010 in Berlin. In the coming weeks, these schools by members of the jury are visited, to determine the final winner.
The German prevention prize was advertised by the Federal Ministry for health, the Manfred Lautenschlager Stiftung and the Federal Centre for health education. The prize money amounting to a total of 100,000 provided by the carriers is intended for the continuation and further development of the award-winning measures. “The German Prevention Award 2010 is titled healthy grow holistic promotion of adolescents in secondary education” in schools that promote the healthy development of children and young people in particular. The prize is awarded since 2004 for the seventh time. Federal Health Minister Dr. Philipp Rosler honors the winner schools nominated schools at a formal ceremony on June 15th, 2010 in Berlin. Already now all nominated schools on can be found. Were nominated for the German prevention Prize 2010: Halbtagsschulen Bolandenschule Berlin (Berlin), Wiesental, Waghausel (Baden-Wurttemberg) Herman Nohl school secondary school Belecke, Warstein (North Rhine-Westphalia) open and partial bound school Don Bosco school Sonderpadagogisches support center Marktoberdorf, Marktoberdorf (Bavaria) community school Probstei, Schonberg (Schleswig-Holstein) Grove Hill School of Gottingen, Gottingen (Lower Saxony) North city school in Pforzheim, Pforzheim (Baden-Wurttemberg) Theodor-Heuss-Schule, Rotenburg/Wumme (Lower Saxony) Vollgebundene all-day school Ernst Schering-Oberschule, Berlin (Berlin), Fritz-winter-Gesamtschule, Ahlen (North Rhine-Westphalia) comprehensive school Holweide, Cologne (North Rhine-Westphalia) Georg Christoph Lichtenberg Marnitz, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, comprehensive school, Gottingen (Lower Saxony) regional school Marnitz all information about the competition and the nominated schools, see the Internet under press contact: Oliver Bendzko German prevention Prize 2010 c/o new Act GmbH phone + 49 (0) 30 2 88 83 78-23 fax + 49 ()(0) 30 2 88 83 78-28