- Your Voice
Yulissa Angulo, a junior at Douglas High School, cooks vegetables at the Teen Healthy Lifestyles Summit. Leadership groups from high schools in Pima and Cochise counties come together to learn how to promote healthy living in their schools.
Courtney Brown, a junior from Flowing Wells, climbs a ladder. Teens who participate in the Teen Healthy Lifestyles Summit are part of Student Wellness Advocacy Team programs for their schools.
Dulce Santa Maria from Desert View High School flies down the zip line. This is the first year Santa Maria has attended the Teen Healthy Lifestyles Summit.
Flowing Wells students, Ambria Joubert (left) and Kimberlee Van Housen (right), walk towards each other.
Kimberlee Van Housen leans against a wooden pole, as she is held secure by a harness.
Noah Bussey, a junior at Flowing Wells High School, holds tightly to the rope as he swings over to a wooden platform.
Junior, Noah Bussey, looks on as his Flowing Wells High School classmate, Jake Hamm, swings over to him at the low ropes station.
Every 45 minutes high school students rotate to a different station.
Senior from Desert View High School, Maria Chavez, takes a ride on the zip line.
Leadership groups from high schools in Pima and Cochise counties gather together at a zip line and rope-climbing course.
Melissa Jahnke, from the University of Arizona Cooperative Extension Service, talks to the high school students about how to encourage healthy living at school.