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The Active Schools Acceleration Project is offering $1,000 grants to 1,000 schools to adopt one of three school-based physical activity programs - 100 Mile Club, BOKS, or Just Move. Participating schools will get a game plan for their chosen program and a nationwide support network. Applications will be accepted through April 22. See www.ActiveSchoolsASAP.org. The project is an initiative of Tufts University's child obesity program.
Grants support physical activity in the schools 032713 NEWS 1 Capital City Weekly The Active Schools Acceleration Project is offering $1,000 grants to 1,000 schools to adopt one of three school-based physical activity programs - 100 Mile Club, BOKS, or Just Move. Participating schools will get a game plan for their chosen program and a nationwide support network. Applications will be accepted through April 22. See www.ActiveSchoolsASAP.org. The project is an initiative of Tufts University's child obesity program.
Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Story last updated at 3/27/2013 - 2:16 pm

Grants support physical activity in the schools

The Active Schools Acceleration Project is offering $1,000 grants to 1,000 schools to adopt one of three school-based physical activity programs - 100 Mile Club, BOKS, or Just Move. Participating schools will get a game plan for their chosen program and a nationwide support network. Applications will be accepted through April 22. See www.ActiveSchoolsASAP.org. The project is an initiative of Tufts University's child obesity program.


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