'Fan4Kids' nonprofit visits P.S. 81 in Bed-Stuy to teach students how to stay active

Attendees of the event say they hope to

Attendees of the event say they hope to stay motivated and active throughout the summer break.

BROOKLYN - Students at P.S. 81 in Bed-Stuy are staying active right up to the end of the school year.

Dozens of kids and their families made their way to the school this morning to participate in the “Fan4Kids" end-of-the-year wrapup program. The nonprofit travels all around Brooklyn and other parts of New York and New Jersey to shake things up for kids, and teach them to get outside and stay active.

Fan4Kids has been teaching elementary school children for the last 10 years how to create healthy lifestyles, and say they've had great success.

Attendees of the event say they hope to stay motivated and active throughout the summer break.

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