Teacher is honored for work with Fuel Up to Play 60

An elementary-school health and physical-education teacher in Florida has been named the state's Program Adviser of the Year for helping to lead her school's Fuel Up to Play 60 program. Michelle Sirounis said in this interview that her school provided students with backpacks filled with nutritional information, fitness equipment and literature, including a book to log food intake. The school also incorporated fitness through dance, including a flash mob.

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