What Is Fit Kids Fit Future™ ?

A groundbreaking physical education and health curriculum that empowers all students to take responsibility for their own health. Developed by teachers for teachers, it aligns with Health, Physical Education and Common Core Anchor Standards while involving parents and families in building healthier communities, one student at a time.

Who Is Using Fit Kids Fit Future™ ?

ARC Herkimer
Alexandria Central Schools (Alexandria Bay NY)
Andes Central School (Andes, NY)
Canastota Central School District (Canastota, NY)
Carthage Central School (Carthage, NY)
Central Valley School District (Illion, NY)
Charlotte Valley Central School (Davenport, NY)
Clinton Central School District (Clinton, NY)
CNY Labor Agency
Copenhagen Central School (Copenhagen, NY)
Dryden Central School District (Dryden, NY)
Edmeston Central School District (Edmeston, NY)
Frankfort Central School District (Frankfort, NY)
General Brown Central School District (Dexter NY)
Herkimer BOCES (Herkimer, NY)
Herkimer Central School District (Herkimer, NY)
Holland Patent Central School District (Holland Patent, NY)
Indian River Central School District (Philadelphia NY)
Ithaca City School District (Ithaca, NY)
Little Falls Central School District (Little Falls, NY)
Lyme Central School (Chaumont, NY)
Madison Central School District (Madison, NY)
Madison-Oneida BOCES (Verona, NY)
Midyork 211
Milford Central School (Milford, NY)
Morris Central School District
New York Mills Union Free School District (New York Mills, NY)
North Rose-Wolcott Central School District (Wolcott, NY)
Oneida City School District (Oneida, NY)
Oneida-Herkimer-Madison BOCES (New Hartford, NY)
Oriskany Central School District (Oriskany, NY)
Otsego Northern Catskills BOCES ( Milford, NY)

Otselic Valley Central School (South Otselic, NY)
Owen D. Young Central School (Van Hornesville, NY)
Pavilion Central School District (Pavilion, NY)
Positive Energy Tennis (Queensland Australia)
Remsen Central School District (Remsen, NY)
Richfield Springs Central School
Richfield Springs Community Center
Sauquoit Valley Central School District (Sauquoit, NY)
Schenevus Central School District ( Schenevus, NY)
School District of Indian River County (Vero Beach, FL)
School District of Mauston (Mauston, WI)
Sherburne Earlville Central School District (Sherburne, NY)
South Jefferson Central School (Adams NY)
Success Academy: New York Charter Schools (New York, NY)
Thea Bowman House
Thousand Islands Central School District (Clayton NY)
Town of Webb Central School District (Old Forge NY)
United Way of Valley Greater Utica Area
Utica City School District (Utica, NY)
Utica College (Utica, NY)
Utica Municipal Housing Authority
Utica Neighborhood Center
Wake County Center (Raleigh, NC)
Waterville Central School District (Waterville, NY)
West Canada Valley Central School District (Newport, NY)
Westmoreland Central School (Westmoreland, NY)
Whitesboro Central School District (Whitesboro, NY)
Woodland Joint Unified School District (Woodland California)

Physical Education Component

Step-by-step lesson plans written for grades K through 12 that supplement your already existing curriculum with data-driven instruction. Quantify a student’s fitness outcomes with a Fit and Ready Score on a continuum of exercise progressions where each and every student can find success. Includes a leadership development component and adventure games.

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Health Curriculum Component

Step-by-step lesson plans for middle/high school students that supplement your curriculum. Classes inspire students to take charge of their health through activities that focus on core values, stress management, action planning, and discovering hidden potential, culminating in a unique capstone project, “Building a Healthy Community”.

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“All of us must consider our own responsibilities for the physical vigor of our children and the young men and women of our community. We do not want our children to become a generation of spectators. Rather, we want each of them to be a participant in the vigorous life.”

– John F. Kennedy

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