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Ready...Set...PLAY 60 Challenge!

This spring the Conejo Valley Unified School District is proud to partner with the Los Angeles Rams to bring the PLAY 60 Challenge Assembly to four CVUSD elementary schools.

On Wednesday, March 13th Walnut Elementary School was the first to host the special PLAY 60 Challenge Assembly. The Wildcats excitedly participated in the health and wellness centered activities. Rampage, the Rams team mascot was also there to help make the event extra fun!

The PLAY 60 Challenge Assembly is a fun and educational way to promote fitness and health in a game-show format. Centered on the L.A. Rams unique Play 60 Challenge inflatable game board, during the assembly students participate in a jeopardy style game that engages the entire student body. All questions pertain to health and fitness, and incorporates fun challenges that vary between physical activities, team activities, and fun “minute to win it” style activities.

More broadly, the NFL PLAY 60 Challenge encourages and inspires kids to get the recommended 60 minutes of physical activity a day in at school and home.

In the coming weeks the PLAY 60 Challenge will also come to Weathersfield Elementary, Maple Elementary and Acacia Magnet School for Enriched Learning.

We are so grateful to our community partner the L.A. Rams for providing this fun, and educational experience to inspire our students to be healthy, and active – thank you Rams! 
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