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Choose the Activty Log best for your students...
What Are Activity Logs and What Makes Them Qualified?
Explaining the logs to parents increases participation. Write your own or use the sample letter in the guide to send along with the logs.
Healthy Futures' 2014 Spring Challenge
Through a partnership with The Department of Health and Social Services, we are offering the opportunity to participate in the Healthy Futures program through an Activity Challenge in which students and schools can be rewarded for being active. The contest will run for three months, February, March and April.
Our 2013-2014 Challenge Guide provides an overview and step-by-step instructions on how to participate in the Healthy Futures Activity Log Challenge. Healthy Futures' Activity Logs are an incentive based, record-keeping tool for students and teachers. With parental supervision, children record their daily physical activity during a one-month period on a Healthy Futures' Activity Log. In order for the Activity Log to be qualified, the student must have 30 minutes of vigorous activity outside of their physical education classroom, three times per week for four consecutive weeks. Students turn in completed logs to participating Healthy Futures school administrators for incentives. Students that turn in three consecutive qualified logs and/or participate in three community events, or any combination of the two are eligible for the grand prize incentive drawing. The grand prize is a $300 sports package of the student's choice.
is the deadline to submit your school's online database for February's incentives.