Lubbock Cooper South Elem. students encouraged to Play 60

Lubbock Cooper South Elem. students encouraged to Play 60

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LUBBOCK, Texas -

Students at Lubbock Cooper South Elementary are fueling up to "Play 60".

The pep rally introduced students to the campaign, an in-school nutrition and physical activity program. It's part of the USDA's partnership with the NFL, encouraging kids to make wellness part of the game plan at school.

South Elementary names its student ambassadors. These are on-campus leaders who will encourage their classmates to promote wellness.

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