Fitness Incentive

Fitness Incentive
  • Schools will maintain their own records of student fitness.
  • Schools should measure students’ fitness at the beginning, midpoint, and the end of the school year, and identify students who maintained overall high levels of fitness, as well as students who achieved strong gains in overall fitness.
  • Schools are not required to participate in the Fitness Incentive.
  • Schools will receive Fitness Incentives funds that they may choose to use at their discretion to motivate students to pursue healthy lifestyle choices and overall improved health.
  • Schools should report on their Fitness Incentive Program to the NEF once per month throughout the year.

Sidney Public Schools

The Sidney Public School District (Cheyenne County School District #1) is a state and NCA-accredited public school system located in the Nebraska Panhandle 100 miles east of Cheyenne, Wyoming. The District consists of 120 square miles including and surrounding the city of Sidney, the Cheyenne County seat with a population of 6500 people.

The District educates approximately 1200 students in grades K-12 at seven separate campuses: South Elementary (grades K-1), North Elementary (grades 2-3), Central Elementary (grade 4), West Elementary (grades 5-6), Sidney Middle School (grades 7-8), Sidney High School (grades 9-12), and the Alternative Education Center. In-town busing services are provided with stops at each of the campuses.

N. L. Dillard Middle School

N.L. Dillard Middle School will provide students with an academically rich environment that focuses on character education and student achievement, thus preparing them to be lifelong learners.

Maryland Academy of Technology & Health Sciences

The Maryland Academy of Technology & Health Sciences (MATHS), is a Baltimore City public charter school serving students in grades 6 -12. MATHS is a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) focused school offering specialized pathways for students interested in these career areas.