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Move 60!

Jennie McCloughanJenni McCloughan
Move 60! Coordinator


Email JennieJennie Hershey
K-12 Physical Education &
Health Content Lead
Move 60! Coordinator

email             425-431-3312

Move 60 Important Information 2020: 

Spring Session:  The Move 60! Spring Sessions will offer at-home exercises and activities for students to do with their family. Be on the lookout for an email from your school's Move 60 instructors. All students are invited to participate in the spring session even if you haven't registered! If you have any questions, please contact Jenni McCloughan

Looking for something fun to do with the whole family? Here is a Bike Bingo challenge and Bike2Health "Bike Month" Information:

No Move 60 Early Learning programs until next Fall 2020. 

Summer Move 60 is still in the plans! We will update families as we find out more information on when we can start, the locations for the summer programs, and the days/times. We will post current information here on the Move 60 website and on our Facebook page. 

Move 60 Instructors will offer fun, free activities for students to do at home for this spring session but here is an example of one that you can do at home:
Push Up Challenge 2020

The annual Health & Fitness Expo is on Saturday, May 16th has been CANCELED!  This free, fun event will take place next year, May 2021. More information to come next fall.

What is Move 60? 
A grant funded program for ALL elementary schools


Weekly Schedule

-Running Club
-Team Sports/Large Group Games
-Jump Rope Club
-Fitness Stations 

Move 60!, a FREE program, is starting its 8th year in the Edmonds School District. Thanks to Verdant Health Commission, the program continues to provide our students in grades 2-6 with the opportunity to participate in 60 minutes of physical activity 4 days per week!

The goals for Move 60! program are:

1. Increase opportunities for student activity and exercise outside of the typical school day

2. Fight childhood obesity

3. Improve student chronic health issues

4. Offer an opportunity to play sports

5. Provide the physical, social, and emotional benefits of extra exercise for our students

Each student will be assessed at the beginning and end of each session using the Fitnessgram test protocols. The assessments include Aerobic Capacity (PACER run test), Muscular Strength and Endurance (push-up) and Body Mass Index (BMI). The data collected will be used as part of Move 60 program evaluation. Families can request a copy of their student's fitness results at any time by contacting program administrators. 

The program operates in all 22 elementary schools plus Edmonds Heights K-12.

Length of Program: 10 weeks for 60 minutes per day, 4 days a week

Inclement Weather: If school is cancelled because of weather, Move 60! programs will be cancelled.  If school is 2 hours late, then the morning Move 60! programs will be cancelled but the afternoon Move 60! programs will run as scheduled.  If the Edmonds School District cancels after school activities then the Move 60! programs will be cancelled, too. All weather updates will also be on the Move 60! Facebook page.

Helpful Links:

Verdant Health Commission: Working to improve the health & well-being of our community, by education and empowering residents to make healthy lifestyle choices.
City of Mountlake Terrace
City of Lynnwood
City of Edmonds

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