Central Middle School Wins PLAY 60
For the third consecutive year, John Yuha's physical education students have won the Fuel Up to PLAY 60 Challenge. Congratulations to Central Middle School for logging over 2.8 million minutes of play! The top female winner was D'Yani Calhoun and the top male winner was Reggie Moore. Both students along with 20 other top students got to participate in fitness activities with the four of the Cleveland Browns players.
During the Browns PLAY 60 Challenge this past spring, nearly 2,000 students from nine Cleveland-area schools logged more than 4.5 million minutes of physical activity, equivalent to a combined 8.5 years of exercise during a six-week period.
The Browns PLAY 60 Challenge, in partnership with the American Heart Association and in association with Cleveland Clinic; Medical Mutual; and American Dairy Association Mideast and Fuel Up to PLAY 60 is a six-week program for seventh- and eighth-grade students that provides schools additional opportunities to help students be active and healthy throughout the school day. Schools participating in the most recent challenge were eligible for a chance to win Browns prizes, including invitations to the Browns-Jaguars game (Dec. 1) for top student participants, by visiting clevelandbrowns.com/community/play-60.html.
Audrey R. Holtzman
Community Relations Specialist for the Euclid City Schools.