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Samarth, a Fuel Up to Play 60 ambassador, plans to use his “once-in-a-lifetime” NFL draft experience in expanding the program in his school district as he heads into high school.
For his work utilizing a virtual classroom for Fuel Up to Play 60 during COVID-19, Samarth has been rewarded with a chance to help the Philadelphia Eagles announce an NFL draft pick.
Donated by GenYOUTH and the PepsiCo Foundation, the cart, which is filled with dairy foods, is helping students fuel for success.
During the COVID-19 crisis, a Fuel Up to Play 60 student president is taking the initiative to virtually bring exercise and healthy eating tips to his classmates.
Lessons Fuel Up to Play 60 advisors teach their students remain important in these changing times, even with students at home during the COVID-19 Pandemic
A gym teacher and longtime Fuel Up to Play 60 advocate talks about bringing the program to her new school in Philadelphia and the opportunity she sees it create for her students.
Buffalo’s Harrison Phillips and Washington’s Morgan Moses will be among players to support Fuel Up to Play 60 and dairy when they sport special cleats for the NFL’s My Cause, My Cleats campaign.
Three students from suburban Philadelphia recently spoke to us about all the fun they’ve had and all they’ve learned about dairy and wellness with the Eagles and Fuel Up to Play 60.