Physical Education Teachers Are Paving the Way for Active Futures

Physical Education Teachers are at the forefront of helping students meet the recommended 60 minutes of physical activity every day. But your role in keeping kids active and healthy stretches well beyond that. PE teachers often wear many hats and many have unique responsibilities to act as the physical activity leaders and health educators in the school. But that means you are uniquely positioned to help kids grow into physically literate adults.

When you join the Active Schools movement, you can:

  • Empower yourself with the latest tools, training, and confidence you need to continue providing quality physical education.
  • Support your students with access to the equipment, space, and programs they require to thrive.
  • Receive support from outside organizationswho provide valuable training, program material, and implementation tools for your school.
  • Convince parents and the boardthat activity and physical education is vital to a child’s overall health and receive the support you need to promote it.

Collective impact means gathering people together for a common cause. We all know how important increasing physical activity in children is. You can bring everyone together to make it happen.

What Joining The Active Schools Movement Means For You

There’s nothing to joining the Active Schools movement. There’s no commitment, no obligation, and never any cost to you or your school. There are only benefits:

  • A newsletter with free resources, training, special offers from our partners, and cutting-edge fitness programs from nonprofit organizations.
  • A network of schools, NGOs, athletic companies, and parents who want to promote activity in the next generation.
  • Join the growing ranks of people who are promoting health in the next generation.

We’re not an organization. We don’t need you to join us. We just want you to add your name to an organic movement of leaders like yourself. Together, we can improve outcomes for all our children.

Lead Your School In Movement

We all want healthier children. As a physical education teacher, you have a powerful place in a national network of like-minded activists. With you, we can change health outcomes for the next generation.