There’s a movement underway at Barrington High School called Broncos Committed focused on motivating students to make choices for a healthy lifestyle. Based on John Underwood’s “Life of an Athlete” program and led by BHS athletes, the group’s mission is to motivate others to live a drug and alcohol free life, maximizing potential in their social, athletic and academic worlds.
Barrington 220 media relations correspondent and new 365 Barrington contributor Morgan Delack for our Smart Moves series shares more about a newly released video highlighting the inaugural class of Broncos Committed, including the students, teachers and coaches behind the cause.
Broncos Committed Gains Momentum
by Morgan Delack, Barrington 220 Media Relations
Broncos Committed is not a club — it’s a lifestyle that raises the bar of excellence for both the athlete and the non-athlete. It asks Barrington High School students to commit to a 100 percent drug and alcohol free lifestyle, and it provides scientific rationale for all things related to optimal performance.
Watch this video about the inaugural class of Broncos. Committed,produced by BHS-TV students Matt Weidner and Eliot Raymond.
To connect with the members of Broncos Committed and stay on top of their latest initiatives, you can join or follow the group at Facebook.com/BroncosCommitted.
Stay tuned for more updates from Morgan Delack in our Smart Moves series at 365Barrington.com for the latest news she chooses to highlight out of the Barrington 220 school district and welcome, Morgan! We look forward to reading more of your contributions from the Barrington 220 school-front in the weeks and months ahead!
About the Author
Morgan Delack is in Media Relations and Social Media for Barrington Community Unit School District 220.
She handles social media, media outreach and other press-related tasks for the district.
Morgan has worked for several years in both television and web-based news.
She lives in Barrington with her husband and two children. In her free time, Morgan enjoys exercise, cooking, reading and being outdoors.
You can reach her at (847) 842-3536 or MDelack@Barrington220.org. Follow Morgan’s Barrington 220 updates at Facebook.com/Barrington220.