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NFL Network Launches 2009 National Keep Gym in School Campaign at New York City Middle School; Effort Will Give More U.S. Students Access to Quality Physical Education
Date:9/22/2009

s. The public can nominate their local middle school at http://www.keepgyminschool.com
  • School Adoptions & Minicamps. Once again, four deserving middle schools across the country will receive $50,000 grants to help refurbish facilities, fund physical education instructors and add or update equipment. NFL Network hosts a pep rally and minicamp at each adopted school with on-air talent and players to motivate students.
  • NFL Network In-School Fitness Program. Students from every middle school in the adopted schools' districts will compete in an In-School Fitness Program to assess student fitness, encourage students to stay active and allow teachers to monitor student progress throughout the year.
  • Continuing Support Grants. Middle schools from the four districts that participated in last year's adoption program will again participate in the In-School Fitness Program, with the most-improved school in each district winning a $2,500 grant to continue providing quality PE.
  • Public Service Campaign. Keep Gym in School Public Service Announcements (PSAs) featuring NFL players and raising awareness about the importance of Physical Education will be broadcast by NFL Network and its network distribution partners.
  • Lesson Plans. Keep Gym in School developed in-school instructional material in partnership with National Association for Sport and Physical Education (NASPE) to get kids excited about PE. Football-inspired lesson plans and activity guides are available to PE instructors for free at http://www.keepgyminschool.com/educators.html.
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