California After School Resource Center - The California After School Resource Center provides access to a comprehensive set of reviewed materials, resources, trainings, tools, and supportive services for after school programs.
L.A.’s Best – An after school program for 5-12 year olds that works in 180 elementary schools in the LA area at no cost to parents.
Playworks – Playworks is a program that tries to implement more physical activity in a normal school day through classroom activities, recess, and after school games.
Governor’s Challenge Competition - The 2009 Governor’s Challenge Competition is a contest among California k-12 schools that encourages California students, parents and teachers to get active, healthy and fit. The grand prize is $100,000 toward a new fitness facility.
International Walk to School Day - International Walk to School Month gives children, parents, school teachers and community leaders an opportunity to be part of a global event as they celebrate the many benefits of walking.
Student Run Los Angeles – a challenge for at-risk secondary students to experience the benefits of goal-setting, character development, adult mentoring and improved health by providing them with a truly life-changing experience.
North Carolina Energizers - classroom based physical activities that integrate physical activity with academic concepts.
Instant Recess – video showing a physical activity that can be done at any time, in any room.
Performance Related, Nutrition Education – Tools for Living Fuel for Moving (Grades K-3, Grades 4-8, and High School Courses 1-4)
P.E. Content Standards – California public schools standard for physical education (K-12)
Adapted P.E. Standards - to promote the fifteen Adapted Physical Education Standards and national certification exam.
Governors Council on Physical Fitness and Sport – The California Governor's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports is a non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to promoting physical activity for all Californians, with an emphasis on children and youth.
California Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation, and Dance - a non-profit, voluntary membership corporation formed exclusively to promote the organizing and progress of school, community and statewide programs of health, physical education, recreation and dance which will embody such opportunities and which will insure the inclusion of such programs within the most appropriate philosophical and social context of life in California.
P.E. Central – goal is to provide the latest information about developmentally appropriate physical education programs for children and youth.
SPARK - a research-based organization dedicated to creating, implementing, and evaluating programs that promote lifelong wellness.
Learning ZoneXpress Nutrition and Healthy Living Catalog - Source of educational products with a mission to design, create and deliver innovative messages on many topics including nutrition, child development, family living, character education, careers, financial management and other life skills.
Moving and Learning – offers products and services to help young children develop both physically and mentally.
bSafe, bFit - educational fitness program for children that addresses childhood obesity, focusing on both physical activity and nutrition.