October Activity Challenge

Mark your calendars for our Fall Activity Challenge October 1-31! Fire Up Your Feet provides a fun, easy and FREE way for your school to win cash awards and motivate your community to improve health and wellness! Over $95K will be given to K-8 schools in participating regions this October.

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MAKING AN IMPACT

3,197 schools
222,326,602 miles
1,177,445,165 minutes of activity
302,532
Participants
If you biked 24,859 miles you could travel around the entire world once.

If you biked 24,859 milesyou could go around the world once and you would have to change your tires 8 times. That's a lot of pedaling!

Walking 1,000 feet is equal to walking the length of 10 blue whales

Walking 1,000 feetis equal to walking the
length of 10 blue whales

Kids need 60 minutes or more of physical activity each day.

Kids need 60 minutesor more of physical
activity each day.
CDC Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans

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Walk to School Day is October 5!

Learn more about the Walk to School Day Award and find tips for planning your event to celebrate the 20th anniversary of International Walk to School Day on October 5!

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Specialized Water Bottle Winners Announced

Congratulations to these 30 schools for winning the Specialized Water Bottle and Thermos Contest! Don't forget to: Sign up for and participate in Walk to School Day October 5th.Register your elementary or middle school for Fire Up Your Feet for a chance to win a "Walk to School Day" Award. Learn more about other cash awards and prizes depending on your region.

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CHANCE TO WIN I'M SAFE PRODUCT!

For 20 years, I'm Safe has served schools and Safe Routes to School programs by providing affordable incentives and research-based education materials. Want custom rewards for active students? Need to make walk-to-school kids more visible?

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KIPP DC – Heights Academy Takes Home First Place

At KIPP-DC Heights Academy in Washington, DC, students don’t take physical activity for granted. That’s because it was only recently that Heights Academy was able to have access to a gymnasium at all. Previously, gym classes took place in the cafeteria.

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