Join the Fuel Up to Play 60 Movement
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JOIN THE LEAGUE
Get the word out that you’re a Fuel Up to Play 60 School!
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BUILD TEAMS AND DRAFT PLAYERS
Lead or join your school’s Fuel Up to Play efforts
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KICKOFF!
Hold an event to build visibility and get your school excited!
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SURVEY THE FIELD
Use the survey and polling tools to focus your efforts.
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GAME TIME!
Use the Interactive Playbook to take action for change!
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LIGHT UP THE SCOREBOARD
Share your successes, get fresh ideas and be inspired!
Get Started with the Six Steps:

Be an #ActiveSchool

Looking for even more ways to help your school stay active? Fuel Up to Play 60 is teaming up with Let’s Move! Active Schools to help you get active, and stay active. Learn how to become an #ActiveSchool today at www.letsmoveschools.org.

Lead Your Team!

Be the leader of your team by becoming a Program Advisor. Read what one Ambassador has to say about the importance of her Program Advisor in a recent post on the Fuel Up to Play 60
student blog: The Huddle.

The Student Dashboard is in the process of being updated for the new school year. When the Dashboard returns in mid-August, students will be able to see their Points and Ambassador status from the 2013-2014 school year, but their Points will be reset to zero so they can start with a clean slate for the 2014-2015 school year. Remind your students to keep their usernames and passwords in a safe place so they can access their accounts when they return from summer break!

Are you changing schools? Do you have a new email address? Update your contact information to be sure you receive communications from Fuel Up to Play 60! Log in to your Dashboard and within the column on the left titled “Contact Information” you can update your email address, password and communications settings. Update your account now so that you’ll have everything you need to start your program back up in the fall!

Congratulations to the inaugural class of the Fuel Up to Play 60 Hall of Fame! These Program Advisors are the best of the best, working hard with their school teams to make healthy changes.

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