The Fuel Up to Play 60 Playbook

Just as NFL teams use a Playbook to figure out their on-field strategies, you can use the Fuel Up to Play 60 Playbook to strategize what will make your school a winner — by helping students eat healthy and get active!
Pick a Play that suits your school, use it as a guide and be creative. Then share your experiences with others! Need a refresher on how the program works? Visit our program guide.
Healthy Eating
Healthy Eating
Highlight Healthy Foods — Go Nutritious
In this Play you will work on ways to make your cafeteria and snack areas more inviting — and find ways to get students to choose nutritious options.
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In this Play you will work on ways to make your cafeteria and snack areas more inviting — and find ways to get students to choose nutritious options.
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Healthy Eating
Healthy Eating
Food: Waste Less and Enjoy — It's Good for All of Us!
Is food waste a problem at your school? This Play focuses on three ways to decrease food waste: Reduce, Recover and Recycle.
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Is food waste a problem at your school? This Play focuses on three ways to decrease food waste: Reduce, Recover and Recycle.
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Healthy Eating
Healthy Eating
Fight Hunger — Help Nourish Your Community
Having access to nutrient-rich foods isn’t only important for students - it’s also vital for everyone in your community.
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Having access to nutrient-rich foods isn’t only important for students - it’s also vital for everyone in your community.
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Healthy Eating
Healthy Eating
Farm to School — Know Your Foods
Where does our food come from? You’ll organize field trips to local farms, and work with school nutrition professionals to get these foods on the menu.
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Where does our food come from? You’ll organize field trips to local farms, and work with school nutrition professionals to get these foods on the menu.
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Healthy Eating
Healthy Eating
Breakfast For Everyone — First Meal Matters
In this Play you will implement one of three different types of breakfast programs that can help increase breakfast participation in your school.
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In this Play you will implement one of three different types of breakfast programs that can help increase breakfast participation in your school.
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Physical Activity
Physical Activity
NFL FLAG-In-Schools — Get in the Game!
This Play will help you get a FLAG football league started, or help you get your school into an existing one.
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This Play will help you get a FLAG football league started, or help you get your school into an existing one.
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Physical Activity
Physical Activity
Walk this Way — Start a Walking Club
In this Play you will start a walking club at your school to encourage people to become more active and walk on a regular basis.
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In this Play you will start a walking club at your school to encourage people to become more active and walk on a regular basis.
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Physical Activity
Physical Activity
Recess Refresh — It's Not So Elementary!
Recess isn’t just for elementary school. Whatever age you are, make your physical activity areas inviting and fresh!
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Recess isn’t just for elementary school. Whatever age you are, make your physical activity areas inviting and fresh!
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Physical Activity
Physical Activity
In-Class Physical Activity Breaks — Good For Mind and Body!
Get up and move during class — taking a break for physical activity may help with some factors of student success in school!
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Get up and move during class — taking a break for physical activity may help with some factors of student success in school!
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Physical Activity
Physical Activity
All in, All Abilities — Activate Your School!
This Play is about figuring out what keeps kids from getting physical activity and helping to break those barriers.
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This Play is about figuring out what keeps kids from getting physical activity and helping to break those barriers.
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Thanks to Our Contributors!
Thanks to the many organizations who have provided valuable guidance and critical review of the Playbook.
Active Schools Cornell Food & Brand Lab Farm to School Network Feeding America FoodCorps Kids’ Safe & Healthful Foods Project (Pew Charitable Trust) Marathon Kids National Center on Health, Physical Activity and Disability (NCHPAD) President’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition Safe Routes to School National Partnership SHAPE America Share Our Strength