For the #LoveofPlay: Chance to Win Let’s Move! Active Schools Prizes

Let’s Move! Active Schools is teaming up with Fuel Up to Play 60 to get kids active and playing this school year. From September 9 – October 17, anyone that completes a Let’s Move! Active Schools assessment (and opts in to the promotion upon signing up or logging in) will be eligible to win one of the following prizes:

School-Wide Prizes

  • 1 – Schools that do not have Presidential Youth Fitness Program (PYFP) FitnessGram10 could win three years of funding to enhance implementation of the national youth fitness assessment program ($2,553 value)
  • 1 – Schools that already have FitnessGram could win the PYFP virtual training package and accompanying text books/access to the PYFP online community ($550 value) and $500 worth of awards
  • 50 – $1,000 BOKS activation grants  (BOKS is a before-school physical activity program aimed to get elementary school children moving in the morning and their brains ready for a day of learning.)

Individual Champion Prizes

Everyone has a role to play in emphasizing the importance of physical activity and helping kids lead healthier lives. This fall, Fuel Up to Play 60’s “For the #LoveofPlay” campaign empowers students, teachers, parents and community members to get involved to help keep kids moving.

Also, Let’s Move! Active Schools encourages you to join the fun by sharing a picture of your students’ staff’s and/or family’s favorite ways to play with the hashtag #LoveOfPlay on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.

To “Sign Up” or “Log In” to Let’s Move! Active Schools, click the button in the upper right hand corner of your screen.

Click HERE to see the official rules. 

*Photo credited to Designs © Peaceful Playgrounds, Inc.

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