Fuel Up to Play 60 &
Youth Wellness

Fuel Up to Play 60 is celebrating 10 amazing years of empowering kids to eat healthier and get active.

Fuel Up to Play 60 Homeroom

This new resource utilizing Google Slides is now live and is packed with fun videos and learning activities that will help support engaging students with Fuel Up to Play 60 and Fueling Good from anywhere!

Check out the Educator Guide to learn more.

Guide to Using & Sharing the Homeroom

Make sure to check out the Homeroom every Thursday to download NEW content! All archived content from previous weeks will continue to be available in the Educator Corner. 

Fuel Your Good Campaign

Fuel Up to Play 60 launched the Fuel Your Good campaign to highlight students who Fuel Their Good for their bodies, their communities, and the planet. The Fuel Your Good Contest has ended, but don’t stop doing good for your yourself, your community and your planet! Be ready to share that good with the world. 

Keep Fueling Good Anywhere. With just a little effort, you can make a difference even from your own home!

Get Inspired: See How People Are Fueling Good!

Fuel Your Good Anywhere

Fuel Up to Play 60

Since its launch, Fuel Up to Play 60 has empowered youth to make healthy choices that produce results, earning it recognition as one of the leading in school youth wellness programs.

Fuel Up to Play 60 is an in-school nutrition and physical activity program created by the National Dairy Council and the National Football League, in collaboration with USDA, that helps today’s youth lead healthier lives.

Visit FuelUpToPlay60.com to check out what 10 years of healthy changes in schools looks like, and how you can support kick-starting changes in your school/community!

How does the program work?

Fuel Up to Play 60 encourages students to work with adults to implement school-wide healthy eating and physical activity “plays” — initiatives that help students “fuel up” with nutrient-rich foods like low-fat and fat-free dairy foods, fruits, vegetables, and whole grains and “get up and play” for at least 60 minutes every day.

Grants, exciting rewards, and additional resources make the customizable program easy for any school to implement and any student to be engaged. This program also helps meet school wellness goals.

How is Fuel Up to Play 60 making a difference?

The program has helped to make wellness part of the game plan in more than 73,000 schools across the county, including more than 3,500 schools in Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont thanks to New England dairy farmers. Millions of students nationwide are more active and are eating healthier because of Fuel Up to Play 60.

How do I get started?

The key to Fuel Up to Play 60’s success is having a strong student foundation, a team of committed educators and volunteers, and community engagement. Check out some of our resources to help get you started.

FUTP 60: The Basics

Why Fuel Up to Play 60? The wellness program empowers students –with the support of adult champions –to take the lead in making small, sustainable wellness improvements in their schools and communities. Use this guide to learn the basics about the program, why it matters, and what resources are available to help your team get the program started. 

Download the Guide
Fuel Up to Play 60 Player Ambassador

New England Dairy and the New England Patriots have been partners for over 10 years in the national in-school physical fitness and nutrition program Fuel Up to Play 60.

The program encourages youth to fuel up with healthy foods and be active for 60 minutes every day.

Our current player ambassador is New England Patriots’ defensive end, Chase Winovich #50! Learn more about Chase.

Fuel Up to Play 60 is the in-school nutrition and physical activity program launched by National Dairy Council (NDC) and National Football League, in collaboration with United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). For more information on how to join, visit FuelUpToPlay60.com.

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