The Browns Play 60 Spring Challenge has come to a conclusion – thank you to all of our Play 60 schools for your hard work and dedication to get active for 60 minutes a day. We at the Cleveland Browns and the American Heart Association are proud of all the efforts made and your commitment to build a healthier community by helping students develop lifelong habits to improve their health! With the conclusion of the challenge, over 3 million minutes of physical activity were logged by 2,700 students throughout Northeast Ohio.
Congratulations to our Grand Prize winning school…
Douglas MacArthur Girls Leadership Academy of Cleveland
Douglas MacArthur Girls Leadership Academy logged nearly 80,000 minutes of activity during the Play 60 Spring Challenge! Way to go!
Top 5 Runner Up Schools
– Louisville Middle School, Louisville
– Strongsville Middle School, Strongsville
– Charles Dickens School, Cleveland
– Clara Westropp, Cleveland
– Pinnacle Academy, Euclid
Top Overall Student– Angelina Colon of Douglas MacArthur Girls Leadership Academy in Cleveland
– Caleb Harsh of Louisville Middle School
Top 3 Teachers
– Maureen Anderson of Douglas MacArthur Girls Leadership Academy in Cleveland
– Josette Folk of Louisville Middle School
– April Pillar of Strongsville Middle School
The Cleveland Browns Play 60 Challenge is in partnership with the American Heart Association and in association with University Hospitals, and American Dairy Association Mideast and Fuel Up to Play 60. Even through the Spring Challenge has concluded, continue to tell us what you are doing for Browns Play 60 by sharing stories through the First and Ten movement! Tweet pictures and more at @BrownsGiveBack using #give10 to inspire other kids, families and teachers to get active through Play 60!
Again, congratulations to all schools, students and teachers who completed the Cleveland Browns Play 60 Spring Challenge!
Don't forget, you can stay active YEAR ROUND - download the NFL Play 60 App here! The NFL Play 60 app provides the opportunity for students to get active in a fun way.
The Browns are continuing their commitment to #give10 throughout the offseason after engaging the community throughout the season each Tuesday on the players' day off. Launched in June 2014, the Cleveland Browns First and Ten campaign is the team's new community program, established to inspire fans to volunteer in and help their communities throughout the world by volunteering for 10 hours each year. Through First and Ten, the Browns are the only NFL club to promote a long-term volunteering program that unifies the team and its entire fan base, with the goal of impacting every individual's city across the globe, as well as the franchise's local community.
Visit ClevelandBrowns.com/community to take the pledge to #give10 and help your community. Follow us on Instagram and Twitter @BrownsGiveBack to share your story of how you #give10. ü Louisville Middle School, Louisville
ü Strongsville Middle School, Strongsville
ü Charles Dickens School, Cleveland
ü Clara Westropp, Cleveland
ü Pinnacle Academy, Euclid
Louisville Middle School, Louisville