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HB- 1069 

Elementary School Physical Activity Requirements!

The bill directs each school district board of education and the state charter school institute to adopt a policy that incorporates a minimum number of minutes of physical activity each week into each elementary school student's schedule. Each school district and the state charter school institute must report to the department of education (department) specified information concerning the incorporation of physical activity into the school day, including during before- and after-school programming. The department must post the information on its web site, correlated with academic information through each school's school performance report.

Physical activity may include, but not limited to

A. Exercise Programs

B. Fitness Breaks

C. Recess

D. Field Trips that include physical activity

E. Classrooms that include physical activity

F. Physical education classes

Source: Copy of the bill.

Colorado Physical Education - NASPE

"Let's Move in School" Advocacy Toolkit

COAHPERD Advocacy Board Meeting Power Point 


COAHPERD Advocacy: Why Quality PE is Important Power Point

How to use COAHPERD Advocacy Power Points

NASPE Advocacy Toolkit

Download the 2008 COAHPERD Advocacy Brochure

Colorado Public Radio Interview with DPS's Eric Larson on Denver's PEP Grant

See Whats Happening on the National Level

Top 10 Reasons for Quality PE - Corbin

Educating the Whole Child - Burgeson



Supporting Organizations




 National Association of Social Workers – Colorado Chapter