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Addressing Physical Activity in Youth: From Evidence to Practice

October 23, 2018 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm UTC+0

With close to 60 million students enrolled in grades K-12 nationally, schools are critical settings to promote physical education and physical activity (PE/PA). By creating environments that encourage students to be physically active and reach the nationally-recommended 60 minutes a day, schools can further contribute to the health and academic success of its students. Through this webinar, attendees will:

– Learn about the Comprehensive School Physical Activity Program (CSPAP), a multi-component approach by which schools and school districts can help students increase physical activity minutes and acquire the knowledge, skills, and confidence to pursue a lifetime of meaningful engagement in physical activity.

– Deepen their knowledge on the health and academic benefits and current state of PE/PA in schools.

– Understand their role in promoting active school environments in school districts and schools across the country.


Kate Holmes, MPH, Active Schools Training Manager
Springboard to Active Schools
National Network of Public Health Institutes


Resources from the Webinar

Webinar Presentation Slides
“My Best Memory Is When I Was Done with It”: PE Memories Are Associated with Adult Sedentary Behavior


Missed the webinar? A recording is available here

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Springboard to Active Schools is an initiative of the National Network of Public Health Institutes (NNPHI) and Health Resources in Action (HRiA) through Cooperative Agreement CDC-RFA-DP16-1601 with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).