The North Queensland Toyota Cowboys will be out and about at district schools again on Tuesday and Wednesday as part of the Stockland Townsville Adopt-a-School program.
There is a wide variety of lessons and tasks ahead of the Cowboys players who will spend an hour with their allocated school for the second time this season.
On their visits, Kalifa Fai Fai Loa and Will Tupou will take part in dance lessons at Annandale State School, Glenn Hall will read with the grade three class at Hermit Park State School, Matthew Bowen will be involved in a grade six science lesson at Currajong State School while Antonio Winterstein will drop into St Josephs The Strand to talk about healthy eating and wearing your uniform with pride.
Coach Neil Henry will also be on the road on Tuesday.
Along with Dylan Martin, the coach will be at Bohlevale State School to talk about bullying with the grade six students and goal setting with the grade sevens.
The program is part of the NRL's Eat Well, Play Well, Stay Well health initiative which aims to use the profile of rugby league to influence school-aged children to make positive choices surrounding their health and well-being.
Schools who have signed up to be part of Adopt-a-School design activities for their player visits that match the Eat Well, Play Well, Stay Well theme. Like