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  • Tue., Nov. 11, 2014 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM CST Daniels appearance Mike Daniels is scheduled to appear at Dental Associates in Appleton, Wis., on Tuesday, November 11th from 6-8 p.m.

Community Programs

Play 60 Challenge

The Green Bay Packers, American Heart Association and Bellin Health have teamed up to create the Play 60 Challenge - a program that challenges kids to get active and play for at least 60 minutes every day.

It doesn't matter how one moves, as long as they are active. Being physically active until you're breathing hard or sweating can have many positive effects on your body, both now and in the future. Not only will you look and feel better now, but you can reduce your risk of developing future health problems that could really slow you down.

If you aren't active now, start slowly and build up your activity. Remember, you don't have to get your 60 minutes all at once you have the option to break it up into shorter sessions that add up to 60 minutes a day. By getting up and active for 30 minutes in school and 30 minutes at home every day, you will be on your way to living a healthier life.

On Monday, February 4, 2013, ten Wisconsin Schools will be participating in a physical fitness program called the Play 60 Challenge. Each teacher will receive a teacher guide and each student will receive a game planner. Students will be encouraged to track their daily totals of physical activity on their classroom scoreboards. The top school that accumulate the most time, per total amount of students participating, will receive a trip to Lambeau Field which will include a stadium tour, Hall of Fame passes, a chance to meet a Packers player, and a $700 gift certificate from US Games. Second, third, and fourth place will receive US Game gift certificates of $600, $500, and $400 that can be redeemed for gym equipment.

Schools Participating

The physical portion of the challenge takes place during a 28 day period starting on Monday, February 4, 2013 and concluding on Sunday, March 3, 2013. Each school's designated coach will submit their totals for the previous week by 3:00 p.m. the following Monday. The final student entry would be recorded on Monday morning, March 4, 2013. All classroom scoreboards from the ten participating schools must be mailed to:

Green Bay Packers
Tim Schroeder
1265 Lombardi Ave.
Green Bay, WI 54304

The final totals will be posted on Friday, March 8, 2013.

School NameAverage Per Student
Holy Family School - Brillion 4585.31
Fox View Intermediate 4452.63
St. Mary Catholic - Portage 4302.79
Rock Ledge Elementary 3919.70
Spooner Middle School 3912.24 Most Improved
Black Creek Middle School 3207.01
Maple Dale Middle School 3100.78
Seymour Middle School 2868.91
Good Shepherd Lutheran School 2759.75
Denmark Elementary 1412.18
Greenfield Bilingual School 1366.14

*Good Shepherd Lutheran School and Greenfield Bilingual School did not submit week 3 numbers

If you’re 14 years of age or younger and interested in joining the Packers official kids club, the Junior Power Pack, then visit us at www.packers.com/jpp. Join the kids club today to receive cool Packers mailings and an invitation to an annual event where you can run skills and drills with Packers players.

Click here to see Play 60 Challenge photos

Last update: 02/28/2013

Formula: Total Amount of Minutes / Total Participants = Average per Student
Example: 50,400 minutes / 150 students = 336 minutes per student