We get kids moving to SPARK academic achievement!
Move2Learn Toolkits and Teacher Training
  • Backed by science, brain boosting activities increase focus and on-task behavior, improving academic performance.
  • The innovative Move2Learn Toolkit contains fun, heart-rate-elevating brain boosts that teachers use where they have the most impact – right in the classroom.
  • Teacher trainings provide hands-on personal and group training on simple ways teachers can add movement throughout the school day.

More than 100 teachers are using Move2Learn Toolkits and training to create active classrooms!


**UPDATED WEEKLY!** With schools across Virginia closed and teaching and learning moved online, home is the new classroom for the foreseeable future. But being stuck inside is hard!
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Move2Learn Partner Grants – Apply Now!

We wanted you to be the first to know…RunningBrooke’s Move2Learn Partner Grant application is NOW OPEN!
Move2Learn Partner Grants fund initiatives spanning multiple classrooms,
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2019 Impact Report to the Community

As we’ve shared, RunningBrooke has stepped up to meet our changing reality. Diverting our efforts to our new Move2Learn-at-home programs, we are keeping kids moving. Now we want to share with you all that we have already accomplished.
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Move2Learn Grants
  • Tens of thousands of kids get active in programs across Alexandria through Move2Learn Partner Grants and Teacher Mini-Grants.
  • Partner Grants provide funding for before, during, and after school movement programs at ACPS schools.
  • Teacher Mini-Grants fund ACPS teacher-identified classroom movement materials to add movement into their classrooms.

RunningBrooke has awarded more than $900,000 in grants, serving tens of thousands of students!

Move2Learn Summits
  • Move2Learn Summits bring world-renowned thought leaders to speak on the brain-body connection with real-time school applications.
  • Past speakers include nationally known health and physical education experts Dr. John Ratey, Mike Kuczala, Paul Zientarski, and Tim McCord, as well as Charlene Burgeson of Michelle Obama’s Active Schools.

Hundreds of teachers, administrators, and leaders have attended our Summits and left with ideas and tools to implement immediately!

Playgrounds and Community Development
  • Neighborhood playgrounds build communities and meet the needs of our youngest citizens, as well as the after-school and weekend crowds.
  • Past playground builds have transformed the Hume Springs community in Arlandria and the Taney Avenue community in the West End.
  • Just completed – a neighborhood-changing community playground at Four Mile Run in Arlandria.

Playground builds target underserved communities with the highest percentage of kids under 5!