The UNC Active Schools Institute team provides outreach events for local, state,
and national partners to improve and increase wellness opportunities.
Bear Physical Activity Week (PAW) camp was created for children in grades K-5 led by UNC's MAT-PEPAL students. Activities will include sports and physical activities that are aligned with the Colorado State Standards for Physical Education. The goal is to provide campers with a wide range of movement experiences that enhance motor skills and are fun to participate in. Learn more about Bear PAW here!
The Annual Physical Activity Leadership (PAL) Academy is a one-day mini conference
for educators and community members interested in school wellness to get together
for networking opportunities, learning from others in the field, and sharing resources.
Learn more about PAL Academy here!
Meet and greet with the UNC Active Schools Institute team members at local establishments
to network and discuss ways to increase wellness in schools.
Learn more about Tap Talks here!
District Wellness Committees
The UNC Active Schools Institute team has members on many different district wellness committees throughout Northern Colorado. These committees are tasked with planning and implementing wellness initiatives in order to create healthier communities. Learn more about Wellness Committees here!