A Conference for Leaders of Youth
February 14-15, 2020
The PLAAY Summit provides teachers, social workers, parents, medical professionals, coaches, administrators and other leaders of youth with a conference to address the multi-factorial areas of adolescent health with emphasis on the importance of physical activity. #ExerciseLeadership
A Half Hour of Synchronized Activity
February 20, 2020
PLAAY Day is Alaska’s first simultaneous physical activity event. Schools and organizations from across the state will engage elementary students and community partners in a half hour of organized — and synchronized — physical activity.
PLAAY Community Talk
Special Guest Anthony Ervin, 2X Olympic Gold Medalist will be at Alaska Pacific University for a community talk. Event is free and open to the public. No registration required. Seating limited. Thursday, February 20th, 7-8:30pm. For more info on the panel participants.
Happy November and Welcome to PLAAY!
We are finalizing our 2020 Agenda for the PLAAY SuMMit and plan to open “Early BIrd” Registration from Dec 1- January 1, 2020.
We are excited about our 2020 SuMMit Agenda topics and will confirm and they will be finalized by Dec 1. Topics thus far, but not limited to include: Cardiac Kids- Healthy Hearts and Exercise Parameters; Eye Health- Vision for Learning and Play; Dangers of Vaping; Bullying- Warning Signs, Symptoms and Strategies to Intervene; and Outdoor Recreation as a Tool for Leadership and Team Building.
More to come and we’ll send an update for our PLAAY SuMMit on Dec 1 Early-Bird Registration details.
In November, the UAA HPER students in the PLAAY cast will begin practicing the routine for PLAAY Day. We’ll begin posting practice videos in December on the PLAAY Day page.
Keep in touch with us, we are enthusiastically working for PLAAY 2020!
Please email or contact if any you have questions.
PLAAY is possible with generous support from our sponsors.
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