National #SHAPEAdvocacy Day
Across the country, school districts are developing reopening plans for the upcoming school year. And, while these plans vary from district to district, there is one message we want all local leaders and administrators to hear loud and clear:
Health and physical education is essential for students’ physical, mental and social-emotional health — and now, more than ever, it’s vital to prioritize students’ health and well-being.
Please join us tomorrow, July 16th, for our Online (Backyard) Advocacy Day. This is your chance to voice your views to local representatives and ensure that health and physical education stays at the forefront of back to school planning.
SPECIAL LIVE-STREAM ADVOCACY DAY EVENT
Visit: https://kyshape.org/advocacy/local/ to learn more including lot of chances for Free Prizes throughout the day!
ACTION 1: EMAIL
Download the Kentucky SHAPE Local Advocacy Letter
This letter can edited and modified to be shared with you local education leaders including your Superintendent, principal and/or local board of education members.
ACTION 2: SOCIAL MEDIA and WIN
Share our Facebook and Twitter #SHAPEAdvocacy messages from the KYSHAPE accounts or copy and paste any of the following social media messages to your own accounts.
We will be giving away prizes and gift cards throughout the day!
- Students will do their best when they’re active + healthy! Support #HPE! Participate in @SHAPE_America’s Online Backyard Advocacy Day! #SHAPEAdvocacy @KY_SHAPE
- I stand with @KY_SHAPE in helping students in the Commonwealth THRIVE for LIFE! Research shows students want to embrace a healthy, active lifestyle and value health and PE! #SHAPEAdvocacy http://bit.ly/2fLifL7
- Health and Physical Education is essential for students’ physical, mental and social-emotional health to be able to THRIVE for LIFE! #SHAPEAdvocacy http://bit.ly/2fLifL7 @KY_SHAPE
ACTION 3: KYSHAPE Actions on Your Behalf
Fill out the following form, Kentucky SHAPE will be sure to share social media messages or emails that include your superintendent or other local officials.