Imagine what you could do for your school with a $10,000 health and wellness grant*! Well, you could make it happen! Registration is now open for the 2012 NFL Play 60 Super School Contest!
To participate, just register your school here. You’ll then be redirected to the NFL site where you’ll be prompted to answer three easy essay questions about how your school celebrates football season, how it runs physical education classes and how it teaches the importance of staying active and healthy living.
In addition to the $10,000 grants, each winning school will also get a PLAY 60 Super School visit, which includes a visit to your school by one or more NFL players.
Last year, 34 schools across the country won $10,000 health and wellness grants and they found some very cool ways to put that money to use, like building walking paths, student fitness rooms, and, in one case, a yogurt breakfast bar. To find out more about these winning projects, check out our grant projects gallery.
If your school would like celebration ideas, download our Back to Football Idea Guide for help in setting up a special football-themed activity or event.
The 2012 NFL Play 60 Super School Contest registration deadline is September 14 and the NFL is expected to announce the winners in October. So, imagine the fabulous things that you could do with the $10,000 grant and register now!
*Grant is awarded in the form of a check payable to the winning schools. Visit to the winning school consists one or more cheerleader(s), mascot or NFL player(s) visiting for a portion of a school day.
No Purchase Necessary to Enter or Win. Starts 12:00:00 p.m. ET on 8/1/12, ends 11:59:59 p.m. ET on 9/14/12. Must be a legal resident of the 50 U.S. or District of Columbia 18+ years and either a school Administrator, Teacher, PTA leader or PTO leader representing a public, state-accredited private school or vocational school with grades between Kindergarten and 8th. For the purposes of this Contest, a school Administrator is defined as a Principal, Vice-Principal, Dean, Superintendent or Health and Wellness Administrator. Void where prohibited. For complete details, click here for the Official Rules.