POWER UP FOR 30 A SUCCESS IN GEORGIA
Power Up for 30 Overview: Power Up for 30 is a statewide initiative supported by the Georgia Departments of Public Health (DPH) and Education (DOE) to increase physical activity before, during and after the school day in schools across the state. Using the Comprehensive School PA Program Model (CSPAP) promoted by Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, school staff learn how to integrate an additional 30 minutes or more of physical activity before, during, and/or after school. Since 2013, HealthMPowers has served as the training partner for this initiative. To date, 881 elementary schools have engaged in Power Up for 30, resulting in 1,898 teachers and administrators receiving direct professional development and more than 467,626 Georgia elementary school students impacted.
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Power Up for 30 Day
September 1, 2017 is Power Up for 30 Day, a day to promote physical activity, health, and academic achievement in our elementary schools. Throughout the day, video messages and short physical activity brain boosters will be provided via an online link. Click Here to download the Power Up for 30 day agenda!
Schools are encouraged to share photos/videos of participation in Power Up for 30 Day via social media (Facebook, Twitter, and Instragram) by using the following:
@GeorgiaShape #GeorgiaShape #PU30Day
Include your school name and district in the post for a chance to win a back to school prize for the entire school!
Did you miss Georgia's first Power Up for 30 Day (2015 and 2016)?
Check out the #PU30Day hashtag on social media to see all the fun photos and videos submitted by elementary schools across the state who participated in the four, free brain boosters to integrate more physical activity into the school day. We also created a FACEBOOK ALBUM here to highlight all the active classrooms.
The four video messages and brain boosters are still available here.