If decibels are any indication of potential success, the students at Rogers Street Academy will have no problem with the Bucks' 30-Day Challenge.
"Making sure that the kids stay active. Making sure that they are eating good food versus eating all the junk food," said Roman Cruz, principal at Rogers Street Academy.
On Tuesday, Jan. 23, students were put through a Bango Boot Camp, demonstrating to students how to eat well, get to school on time and stay active.
"Four schools, a total of 1,200 kids this week. But the program will continue and our hope is we are going to be able to triple that number," Cruz said.
The program is called "BucksFit." It encourages students to make healthy choices.
"Partnering and aligning our efforts, making sure kids have a healthy lifestyle, they're in school and their academic score will increase automatically," Cruz said.
For the next month, students are challenged to eat five fruits and vegetables a day, exercise and play for 60 minutes, and have 100 percent class attendance.
"It is a 30-day challenge. But really, the challenge for them is to stay healthy long-term," Cruz said.