Green Bay Packers President and CEO Mark Murphy visited MPS’ Greenfield Bilingual School Tuesday to encourage the school’s successful “Fuel Up to Play 60” efforts to increase physical activity among students and encourage them to make smarter food choices. Murphy also stressed the importance of leadership and making good decisions.
The “Fuel Up to Play 60” program was created in 2009 by the National Dairy Council and the National Football League -– and Greenfield Bilingual has been a participating school from the very first year!
Murphy was joined at the school Tuesday by representatives of the Wisconsin Milk Marketing Board and MPS leaders along with Greenfield Principal Adalberto Salas Barreto and Greenfield physical education teacher Gail Milbrath, who invited Murphy to visit the school.
Photo: Murphy (right) and MPS Chief School Administration Officer Dr. Keith Posley (left) play four square with Greenfield students at Tuesday’s event.