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NFL-sponsored health program honors Milford High School staff
“They’ve really helped our school make improvements in terms of healthy eating and physical activity,” said Milford High School principal Brad Craven.
The student-driven program encourages kids to eat well and get at least 60 minutes of exercise every day.
At the high school level, student Dina Pitsas has taken the lead to push ‘Fuel Up to Play 60,’ Brad Craven said.
Though the focus of ‘Fuel Up to Play 60’ is nutrition and physical activity, Wiggins told the nearly 900 students assembled that making good choices and being productive lays a strong foundation for the future.
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