Fuel Up to Play 60 empowers students to create and implement activities that reward them for making healthy choices, and inspire change in their school. With Fuel Up to Play, students learn beneficial habits that they build on and apply throughout their lives.
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Want to connect with and read fun stories from students involved in Fuel Up to Play 60? Check out The Huddle, the Fuel Up to Play 60 student blog, and see how you can help make a difference in your school and community. Everyone can join Fuel Up to Play 60 and help develop high-achieving youth.
Robert Frost Elementary School joined Fuel Up to Play 60 to inspire its 680 students to make healthy food choices and stay active during and after school. Since joining, the students and staff have created a Wellness Council that has quickly changed the health and wellness outlook in their school and community.read more
One unique class at Ridgewood Middle School in Arnold, Mo., is teaching student leaders about healthy eating and physical activity through the Fuel Up to Play 60 program. Alicia Uhl, a program advisor at Ridgewood, teaches a class called Character Council, which consists of 52 top student leaders in seventh and eighth grades.read more
Samira B., Minnesota’s 2015 Fuel Up to Play 60 Student Ambassador, stays active in her school and strives to add passion into every project she tackles. When the Fuel Up to Play 60 program was first introduced to Cedar Riverside Community School in Minneapolis, Samira stepped up as a leader and showed the students how real of an impact the program can have on her school and local community.read more
For the last two years, Bryant School’s Fuel Up to Play 60 Program Advisor, Chad Hamilton has used the program to get students — and their parents — more involved in improving their own health and wellness.read more
At West Fargo High School in West Fargo, N.D., teachers and students are constantly brainstorming fun and easy ways to add more activity to their school day.read more
Seventh Street Elementary School is an inner-city school in North Little Rock, Ark. Ninety-eight percent of the school participates in the free and reduced lunch program, and the wellness education budget is small to non-existent.read more