Compete against other regions for a chance to win these national awards!
A 3-day conference geared toward youth, bikes, education, advocacy, and leadership. People from different disciplines, backgrounds, and ages gather together to learn, share, network, and explore how bicycling can be a catalyst for positive social change.
Thank you to everyone who signed up early for the Fire Up Your Feet Fall Activity Challenge.
Missed the webinar? A recording is available.
Be one of the first! Sign up by September 1 for chance to win 12 Specialized water bottles and one Camelbak racebak men’s hydration vest (more than $100 value).
Thanks to a $15,000 Amerigroup Foundation grant to the Safe Routes to School National Partnership’s Fire Up Your Feet Challenge, students, families, and school staff at six Clark County K-8 schools have earned cash awards for their school to support walking, biking, and physical activity programs.
Thank you for participating in the 2017 Spring Activity Challenge. We are excited to announce the National Awards winners!
Thank you for participating in the 2017 Spring Activity Challenge. We are excited to announce the winners! The Safe Routes to School National Partnership is invested in creating healthy, thriving communities and schools. We thank Amerigroup Foundation, Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield Foundation, CareMore Foundation for their generous support.
We are excited to announce the Fire Up Your Feet registration incentive winner. The winner will receive a prize pack* valued at $130!
There is still time to register for the Fire Up Your Feet Activity Challenge—even after it starts on April 15! *Register by Friday, April 21 for a chance to win a prize ($130 value).
Thanks to a $15,000 Amerigroup Foundation to the Safe Routes to School National Partnership’s Fire Up Your Feet Challenge, Clark County K-8 schools have extra motivation to be active this spring.
First time elementary or middle school registrants from Clark County, Nevada have the chance to win a prize pack for their school!
Bike to School Day is May 10th! Will you or a school you work with be participating in Bike to School Day this May? Use the activity you track from Bike to School Day for the Fire Up Your Feet Challenge and possibly win $500 or more for your school.
Participating in Fire Up Your Feet? Interested in raising funds the active and healthy way? Find out how easy it is to combine Active Schools Fundraising and Fire Up Your Feet to raise even more money for your school.
Specialized Water Bottle Award: Any school that tracks activity for 20 participants or more by May 6 Challenge I and May 20 Challenge II will be entered into a drawing to win 100 Specialized water bottles. One school will be selected as a winner for each challenge.
This award will go to the school that tracks the most total minutes spent in “SPARK physical education”. Schools with a minimum of 20 participants tracking SPARK Physical Education are eligible.
This award will go to the school that tracks the most total minutes spent in playground activity/recess. Schools with a minimum of 20 participants tracking “Playground Activity/Recess” are eligible.
This award will go to the school with the most total minutes spent walking during the Activity Challenge. Schools with a minimum of 20 participants tracking walking are eligible.
I’m Safe Awards: The winner of this award (1st place) will receive $500 of I’m Safe print, banner, or digital product. There will also be a 2nd place winner ($250 I’m Safe product) and 3rd place winner ($100 I’m Safe product).
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Myrtle Tate Elementary students in Las Vegas, Nevada launched their first Fire Up Your Feet challenge by dancing in the classrooms every Friday to music over the loudspeaker. Even parents are encouraged to participate by coming to the school to dance with the students. Now with three Fire Up Your Feet challenges under their belts, they are still dancing!
Thank you for participating in the 2016 Fall Activity Challenge. We are excited to announce the winners! The Safe Routes to School National Partnership is invested in creating healthy, thriving communities and schools.
To mark the 20th anniversary of Walk to School Day, all schools that logged 20 or more WTSD participants were entered in a drawing to win a $500 Walk to School Day award.
A great thing about the Fire Up Your Feet program is that it rewards you for the active things you’re already doing. Do the students, parents or teachers walk or bike to work or school? You can count that. PE class for students? You can count that.
Any school in the country that participates in Walk to School Day on October 5 is eligible to win a $500 Walk to School Day award!
Register and track any type of physical activity during the month of October and you could win cash for your school! Participation is easy and free, just follow these three steps.
Learn more about the Walk to School Day Award and find tips for planning your event to celebrate the 20th anniversary of International Walk to School Day on October 5!
Congratulations to these 30 schools for winning the Specialized Water Bottle and Thermos Contest! Don't forget to: Sign up for and participate in Walk to School Day October 5th.Register your elementary or middle school for Fire Up Your Feet for a chance to win a "Walk to School Day" Award. Learn more about other cash awards and prizes depending on your region.
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Congratulations to the schools that banked a little extra credit heading into the summer with the Share Your Story, PeopleForBikes and Let's Move Active Schools awards!
The Fire Up Your Feet Challenge helped Beryl Heights Elementary School in California increase each student's physical activity to more than 60 minutes a day!
From Peiffer Elementary School- Sometimes a little step can lead to bigger changes, and this spring I watched a fourth grader take that first step towards a healthier school. Starting with his own classroom, he got all his classmates to sign a petition for a classroom policy change regarding recess.
Thank you for joining thousands of students, families and school staff across the country in firing up your school for physical activity during the Fire Up Your Feet Spring 2016 Activity Challenge. Congratulations to all of the winning schools that took home awards!
With 2 days to go, now is the time to finish strong and earn a cash award to help your school. With more than $100,000 in awards available across the country, your chances are terrific! Your chances are even better if you follow these tips:
Congratulations to our Spring Activity Challenge Jump In! Award winners.These schools tracked at least one activity for 20 or more participants during week 3. The spring challenge goes until May 6th keep up the great work and earn more awards for your school! These 2 schools will each receive $300!
Congratulations to our Spring Challenge Ready,Set,Go! Award winners. These schools launched into the challenge and onto the leaderboard tracking at least one activity for 20 or more participants during week 2.
Win cash funding for your school's health and wellness needs (perhaps new PE equipment, a bike rack, incentives for Bike to School Day?) have fun, and increase physical activity with the Fire Up Your Feet Activity Challenge. Getting started in the Springl Activity Challenge is fun and easy if you follow these 4 simple steps.
Get Fired Up About Spreading The Word!Now is the time to start getting your schools, students, parents, and community fired up about Fire Up Your Feet. Final awards are based on participation, this means the more participants your school has logging activity, the better your chances are for winning. Here are a few things you can do to help get others moving to sign up and participate in your spring challenge.
Interested in starting a Marathon Kids run club? There is still time for a chance to win 10 FREE Marathon Kids participant spots! Take the first step, sign up for Active Schools Fundraising.
Fire Up your Feet is coming to your school this spring. We want to make sure you are ready to jump into your favorite activities and earn cash awards for your school at the same time. These tips on tracking activity will help you make the most of your time online so you can spend more time outside being active! One activity tracker does it all, parents, teachers, and coordinators can all use the same tracker.
Regardless of age, when we are active, we feel and perform better! Kids who are physically active arrive at school more ready to focus and learn in class. Schools and families across the country are eager to make changes to keep kids moving and active.
This spring, more than $5,000 will be awarded to schools in Clark County to support physical activity and health programs.
Thank you for joining thousands of students, families and school staff across the country in firing up your school for physical activity during the Fire Up Your Feet Fall 2015 Activity Challenge. A special congratulations goes to all of the winning schools that took home awards.
Follow these 5 simple steps to get tracking in the Fall Activity Challenge. What are you waiting for...get started today!
Weekly chats begin Wednesday September 30th! Log-in from your computer or call-in to our 30-minute Wednesday Challenge Chats to get support and share and chat all things Fire Up Your Feet.
Dear Southern Nevada PTA Partners and Friends: We invite you to join one of our two upcoming webinars to learn about the Fire Up Your Feet tools and resources to encourage kids and students to be healthy and physically active before, during, and after school.
Let the success of our Nevada Spring 2015 Challenge Award Winners (listed below) motivate you to engage and potentially win a portion of over $8,000 in awards for your school in the 2015 Fall Activity Challenge that begins October 1st.
Congratulations to Lafayette Elementary on winning a $5,000 Northern California First Place Award during the 2015 Fire Up Your Feet Spring Activity Challenge.
Young Oak Kim Academy in Los Angeles provides a perfect picture of how a vision of a healthy school can be realized through the collaboration of a passionate school team and the synergy of supporting organizations.
At KIPPDC-Heights Academy, the challenge of having limited space was no match for students' enthusiasm to rally around physical activity and take home the 1st Place Award this spring.
Congratulations to the schools who banked a little extra credit heading into the summer with the PeopleForBikes and Let’s Move! Active Schools awards.
What a spring! More students, families and schools than ever before got fired up for physical activity during the Fire Up Your Feet Spring 2015 Activity Challenge.
Thank you for joining thousands of students, families and school staff across the country in firing up your school for physical activity during the Fire Up Your Feet Spring 2015 Activity Challenge. A special congratulations goes to all of the winning schools that took home awards this spring.
Congratulations Nevada Get Fired Up* Award Winners! *Three $100 awards during the fourth week of the challenge (March 23-27) for any K-8 school with 10 or more participants tracking at least one activity so far during the Challenge will be entered into a drawing.Myrtle Tate ElementaryLied Middle SchoolMcWilliams Elementary
The school year may be winding down but before we know it we'll be back at school and gearing up for the Fall Activity Challenge. Why not register now...
School staff award: One $150 award given on May 1 for any k-8 school with school staff/teacher participants tracking activity on or before April 29 will be entered into a drawing for a $150 bonus award.PTA participation award: One $150 award for any k-8 school with PTA parent participants tracking activity on or before May 1st will be entered into a drawing for a $150 bonus award.
The Fire Up Your Feet Spring Activity Challenge in Clark County is off to a great start with their first winner announced...Nate Mack Elementary School!
It all started when Malabon Elementary School parent Norene Walters’ bike was stolen from the school last September. Norene, used to staying active by biking in every morning with her three children, could have used the incident as an excuse to stop riding. Instead, she used it as motivation to get more kids and families on bikes.