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Fuel Up to Play 60 Kick-Off Town Hall Meeting

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Candus Claiborne,   Clinton Middle School
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Fuel Up to Play 60 Kick-Off Town Hall Meeting

Clinton Middle School held our Fuel Up To Play 60 kickoff event at our school system’s first Town Hall Meeting of the year. Our school hosted the event, which included a tailgate party on the lawn with fun activities, like a corn hole toss! At the same time, we held an enrichment Expo highlighting extra-curricular activities open to our students. My students created a FUTP 60 display board and handed our informational flyers and Fuel Up to Play 60 merchandise. We were able to share our message with local businesses and civic groups, school board members and our county’s educational leadership. We were able to convince the principal at another school to start the program at his school! We also were able to garner support for our HUGE plans for this year. All in all, it was an exciting night for everyone!

How did students and adults work together as a team?

Students worked with adults to create the display board and to set up for the event.

How did you accomplish your goals?

One of our goals is to get the word out about FUTP 60 to all members of our community.