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Health and Wellness Resources

Resources for your health during shelter in place

Movement Resources:

  • 24 Hour Fitness 24Go appYou don't have to be a member to register.  Free workouts that are customizable to your needs.

  • Core Power Yoga free access to a selection of their online classes while they are closed to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

  • Cosmic Kids this YouTube channel offers 2 to 60 min yoga lessons working on balance and strength.

  • LES MILLS  free classes on their streaming platform ,  LES MILLS On Demand until the Coronavirus until the outbreak is over.  The site has 95 video classes for Body Combat, Body Pump, Barre, mindfulness and more. 

  • Peloton:  new users offered a 90-day trial subscription workout  app 

  • Planet Fitness free, 20 minute, online daily workout (no equipment needed) for the next two weeks (staring 3/16/20) will be available on YouTube and Facebook. 

  • Stretch and Grow of the Rockies "Brain Breaks: daily, 10 min YouTube videos that include yoga poses, breathing techniques and exercises.

  • YMCA 360 on demand, healthy living network for YouTube that offers short workout routines

Healthy Eating Resources:

Articles & References:


Harmony for Health - a monthly newsletter

February is Heart Health Month 

Did you know that heart disease doesn’t happen only to older adults?  In fact, half of all Americans have at least one of the top three risk factors for heart disease – high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and smoking.  Other conditions and behaviors that affect your risk include obesity, diabetes, physical inactivity, and unhealthy eating patterns. 

Heart disease and the conditions that lead to it can happen at any age.  High rates of obesity and high blood pressure among younger people (ages 35-64) are putting them at risk earlier in life.  The good news?  It is one of the preventable health conditions.

Making heart healthy choices, knowing your numbers, knowing your family health history, the risk factors for heart disease, having regular check-ups, and working with your physician to manage your health are all integral aspects of saving lives from this often silent killer.  You can greatly reduce your risk of heart disease or slow its progress by taking prevention to heart.  Making small, gradual changes can make a big difference in your health.


February Thrive Recipes   

Gung Hay Fat Choy!  Happy Chinese New Year!  Xīnnián kuàilèIf you were born in 1912, 1924, 1936, 1948, 1960, 1972, 1984, 1996, 2008, or 2020, you are a rat according to the Chinese zodiac.  There are 12 Chinese zodiac animals used to represent years and the cycle of the zodiac animal repeats every 12 years.  The Rat is considered to be the first of all the Chinese zodiac animals. 


This month’s recipe is Longevity Noodles with Tofu and Edamame, to celebrate the Lunar New Year, also known as Spring Festival, which begins this year on January 25th and lasting to February 8th.  Noodles are one of the traditional Chinese New Year dishes.  Longevity noodles are extremely long Chinese noodles that symbolize longevity.  In a multi-course banquet, noodles might be served simply dressed, without additional toppings.  To make this dish a complete meal, the noodles are enriched with pan-fried tofu and edamame (young soybeans).  This recipe also offers an early taste of spring with the fresh flavors of baby spinach and thinly sliced fennel.


This month, enjoy Tofu Kale Scramble, a second recipe to kick off your day and heart health.  Have you been hearing the buzzy diet trend – eating a plant based diet?  It’s a diet centered around vegetables, fruits, whole grains, nuts, seeds and beans. 


This scramble is a hearty plant-based alternative to scrambled eggs.  Tofu is a rich protein-rich food made from bean curd and provides a meatless option that is highly versatile in home cooking.  When frozen then thawed, washed, and crumbled, tofu can be used as a substitute for ground beef in many dishes.  Tofu is delicious used in stir-fries, burritos, curries, stews, or as an egg alternative as in this recipe.  Eating more plant-based meals has the added benefit of being sustainable for the environment and is good for you.  Here’s to your health!



Just click here to take you to the CCCSIG Health Benefits webpage for healthy links!


Crossroads is an electronic newsletter from the Health and Safety Services division of our Workers Compensation JPA, CCCSIG.

To view the newsletter, click here.

February 12th Issue At-A-Glance:

  • Spotlight – Ola Ala Fitness Challenge Results

  • Success in Our Schools – BUSD’s Healthy Holidays

  • Health & Safety Services You Can Use – Mindfulness is About Simply Being

  • School Safety – Reporting Slip Trip Fall Hazards is Everyone’s Job

  • Healthy Recipe – Vegetable-Loaded Pasta Bake

  • Facts about Worker’s Compensation – CCCSIG’s Early Return-to-Work Program

  • Communication Corner – Habits of Happy People

  • CCCSIG Contest – Crossroads Crosswords Contest (get entered into a drawing for a $10 gift card)!

We love hearing from you!  If you have any feedback, comments or suggestions, please contact Denise Schreiner at or 1 (866) 922-2744 ext. 270!  If you would like to share a health & safety success story and be featured in Crossroads, please contact Erica Williamson at for additional information.



The CCCSIG Health & Safety Services Team  

Past editions are available on the CCCSIG website.

Dental and vision program Newsletter


How you can protect your teeth during COVID-19

The new coronavirus has had serious effects on everyday life, including dental health. Some dental offices are closed for non-emergency treatment. But that doesn’t mean you can’t take steps to maintain a healthy mouth.


How to keep your mouth healthy during a pandemic

Our resident dental expert Dr. Daniel Croley weighs in what you can do to protect your dental health during this difficult time.

>> Check out Dr. Croley’s dental advice

Your guide to at-home dental care

Even when you have to skip a regular cleaning or exam, these proactive steps can help safeguard your oral health.

>> Add these five tips to your dental care list

What should you do in a dental emergency?

If you suffer a toothache, lose a tooth or experience a tooth fracture, here’s what you should know.

>> Learn how to respond to a dental emergency

The dangers of DIY

Brushing and flossing at home? Yes. Trying to give yourself a professional dental cleaning? No.

>> Don’t try this at home


Black bean and salsa soup

Looking to turn your pandemic pantry staples into a hearty meal? Try this flavorful, nutritious soup.

Save Draft

>> Get the recipe


The right tools for fighting plaque

At-home care is more important than ever. Make sure you’re equipped with the right supplies.

>> Download the flyer


Brush up on preventive care

The last thing you want to worry about right now is dental disease. Follow these tips at home to keep your teeth and gums healthy.

>> Watch the video

Fitness Resources

A variety of local gyms offer discounts to BUSD employees.  The list below provides current discounts of which Human Resources is aware.  If you know of others, please contact anyone in Human Resources and we will follow up with the company.








CCCSIG Enrollment Portal

Enter Corporate ID:  # 111131

To view/print flyer and 3-day pass, click here.


For rates, click h


All active employees

(perm, sub and contractors)/retirees and their families are eligible as long as they can show proof of employment.

All new members receive ZERO initiation fee and $10 off monthly membership dues for 6 months.


**Special 12-Days of Fitness**

Diamond Hills is offering a special 12 Days of Fitness holiday gift membership to all new members.  For BUSD employees who are Diamond Hills members, they can give the gift of health and fitness to a friend or family member this holiday season.

It’s a great gift and best of all it’s FREE!  This holiday promotion will run until December 20th, 2018. Please contact:  Ann Mead at Diamond Hills at

All currently employed by BUSD can receive discount promotion. You will need to show your BUSD badge or document/such as pay stub showing BUSD as employer.

No Start Up Fee

Discounted Rate ($47)

FREE Personal Training Assessment

FREE Two-Week Mx4 Class Pass 

See Flier Here

CLICK HERE CLICK HERE Only active employees (which include perm, sub and contractors) are eligible. Retirees are not eligible. Employees can add on family members, who also receive a discount on the add on rate. When enrolling, be sure to mention CCCSIG for discount (not BUSD).

* Teacher Special! $79 for the first month and $129 after that. All teachers can come for 1 week FREE too and try it out. That is for unlimited classes, nutritional support and personal training. 


*Boot Camp Special! 6 week Boot Camp Starting August 25 is only $189 - a $50 savings.  


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