• Week of 3/30-4/3:


    Challenge yourself!!!!! Hey everybody, I hope everyone enjoyed their weekend!  This week instead of videos, we have challenges for you to do.  I have attached the challenge for your grade below.  Grades K-3, do this challenge 3 times this week.  Grades 4-8, this is a 21 day challange so feel free to go for all 21 days.  

  • Grades 4-8:

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  • Grades K-3:

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  • Attention Students/Parents:


    While we know it is important to practice social distancing, we have to remember how important it is to stay active.  You/your children should be active for at least 60 minutes in a day.  Please try to find a way to make sure that you/your child is getting that hour in. To make it more convenient for you all, I have attached fitness logs for to print out at home, if you're able to.  If you are unable to, no worries, just keep a log in a notebook/scrap paper.  

    - P.E. Department


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  • The Most Important Hour of Your Day

     It’s a fact: physical activity helps to keep you healthy. But sometimes, physical activity can seem like hard work! But did you know that with at least 60 minutes a day of physical activity you can experience most of the health benefits? And it’s worth it.

     Here are four important benefits of physical activity.

    1. Did you know that physical activity boosts mental wellness? Participating in regular physical activity can relieve anxiety and depression. You may not only notice a "feel good sensation" immediately following your physical activity, but most people also note an improvement in general well-being as physical activity becomes a part of their daily routine.

     2. Did you know you could learn better in school if you participate in physical activity? Research shows that students who are regularly physically active tend to do better on academic tests and in class.

     3. Did you know that physical activity can make you healthier? Physical activity can help lower the risk of heart disease, overweight and obesity, and type 2 diabetes.

     4. Did you know physical activity may prolong your optimal health? Regular physical activity helps the body stay strong and function well. One study suggests that people who are physically active and at a healthy weight live on average about seven years longer than those who are not active and are obese.


    Hello BOKS Community,
    We hope you are all staying safe and healthy during this stressful time.
    Since learning of the school closures impacting so many areas of the globe, the BOKS team has been working diligently to bring you the best at-home tools to keep your kids active and healthy. Now, more than ever, kids need their endorphins and families need our support. As such, we will be offering Facebook LIVE BOKS classes each week day at 12pm EST/9am PDT.
    Please join us and a number of our wonderful Trainers at www.facebook.com/boks today and each weekday for a fun dose of physical activity for you and your kids. If you aren’t able to join our events in real-time, don’t worry, the workouts will live on our Facebook page and can be watched at your convenience.
    Interested in contributing an activity video or hosting a live workout? Reach out to us at info@bokskids.org
    For additional BOKS resources please follow our social channels and visit our website www.bokskids.org.

    Health and wellness,

    The BOKS Team

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  • We just want to remind all of you that during these tough times, we are here for you.  Please feel free to email us (mmccoy5@schools.nyc.gov, kburgos2@schools.nyc.gov, jlevine22@schools.nyc.gov) at any time.  We will be posting links for you/your child weekly of fitness/dance routines to do at home to stay active.  They will be grouped by grades, so please make sure you/your child is doing the correct routine. K-2, 3-5, and 6-8 will be the usual groupings, but that might change depending on the activity.  Again, never hesitate to reach out!