The Alliance for a Healthier Generation focuses on students, parents, and school staff to determine what we all can do to acheive a common goal, one healthy school.Let's Move in Kansas Schools
Let’s Move in Kansas Schools (LMIKS) is an initiative designed to provide training for a select group of Kansas teachers to become Certified Directors of Physical Activity for their schools. The overarching goal is to ensure that every school delivers a comprehensive school physical activity program with quality physical education as the foundation so that youth will develop the knowledge, skills, and confidence to be physically active for a lifetime.
Kansas Fitness Information Tracking (K-FIT) is a Healthy Kansas Schools project administered by the Kansas Health Foundation (KHF) and the Kansas State Department of Education. The goal of K-FIT is to enhance the understanding of the relationships between various fitness measures (i.e. aerobic capacity, muscular endurance, flexibility) and individual academic indicators. The K-FIT project seeks to further validate the importance of physical education and physical activity to the academic mission of schools.