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Out of School Movement

The out of school activity clubs are one of three main components in the Take 10 initiative. Schools at every level (elementary, middle, high) create and implement an activity club that takes place either before or after school. These clubs vary from school to school and district to district. Some examples are: the nationally known 100 mile club, school run running/walking club, intermerrals, game time and after-school PE. Volunteers (parents, community members or school staff) lead the students in an activity two or more times each week.The purpose of the clubs is to get the students moving in MVPA and help promote the creation of BDNF (Brain Derived Neurotrophic factor).
100 mile club website-   https://100mileclub.com
 
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