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Mesquite Elementary Students Serving Up Deliciousness at Their 2nd Annual Breakfast Cook-Off

Mesquite Elementary School in Gilbert held their Second Annual Fuel Up to Play 60 Cook-Off and it was nothing short of delicious!!  PE teacher and Fuel Up to Play 60 Program Advisor Morgan Pardy reached out to local breakfast eatery, Snooze, and invited them to visit with students about cooking using different types of food. […]

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Building a Healthy Community Through Fuel Up To Play 60

“Our community has been motivated by the positive changes we are seeing since participating in Fuel Up to Play 60. Two years ago Lowell Elementary received a grant to help make our school more healthy and active. The funding helped with two main events: a Zumba/Smoothie Night and a Bowl Away Diabetes Night. Our Zumba/Smoothie […]

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Frank Elementary Students Show Us the Heart of Fuel Up To Play 60!

Running for the month of February is our Fuel Up To Play 60 “Show Us Your Heart” contest.  Students are encouraged to include fellow classmates in nutrition and physical activity Plays related to Fuel Up To Play 60 and share their efforts via pictures, stories and videos. At Frank Elementary, Program Advisor Brianna Peyer presented […]

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“Here at Cheyenne Elementary, we are committed to providing healthy foods to our students in a variety of different ways!” proclaimed Fuel Up To Play 60 Program Advisor and PE Instructor Erin Greiner.  Embracing the spirit of student leadership embodied by this in-school wellness program, Erin encouraged her SWAT (School Wellness Advocacy Team) to come […]

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Pinal 40 awards 22 students with $46,500 in scholarships

Twenty-two bright Pinal County students, furthering their education in an Agriculture field, are this year’s Pinal 40 scholarship recipients. The scholarships, totaling $46,500 from Pinal 40, were handed Thursday, June 2nd. Pinal 40 exists as a fraternity of community members who organized with the primary objective of promoting Pinal County, its youth as well as farming and agriculture […]

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