Play 60 Challenge/Project ACES Kick-Off Assembly
For the fourth-consecutive year, the Ravens will partner with the Carroll County school district to execute the Play 60 Challenge through the school system's existing Project ACES (Active Children Excel in School) program. On Tuesday (10/8), Ravens TE Ed Dickson, S Michael Huff and WR Torrey Smith
will host an event with students at Spring Garden Elementary School (Hampstead, Md.) to kick off the Play 60 Challenge/Project ACES. Project ACES, a program whose mission and goals align directly with the NFL Play 60 campaign, has been promoted by Carroll County Public Schools and The Partnership for a Healthier Carroll County since its inception in 1996. By combining forces, the *Play 60 Challenge/Project ACES *program will reach 26 elementary schools throughout Carroll County, totaling over 14,000 students.
Spring Garden Elementary
700 Boxwood Drive
Hampstead, MD 21074
Play 60 Challenge Kick-Off Assembly
The Baltimore Ravens and Mid-Atlantic Dairy Association will continue their promotion of the in-school Play 60 Challenge on Tuesday (10/8) as part of the national NFL Play 60 campaign aimed at getting children active for at least 60 minutes a day. Ravens FB Kyle Juszczyk and DT Brandon Williams, along with Ravens cheerleaders and official mascot Poe, will host an assembly for students at Essex Elementary School (Baltimore, Md.) to discuss the importance of physical activity in their everyday lives. Additional Play 60 kick-off assemblies were previously held at Woodbridge Elementary School and Mayfield Woods Elementary School last Tuesday (10/1).
Essex Elementary School
100 Mace Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21221