Casey-Westfield Junior High School kicked off it's "Project Fit America" program Friday morning.
The school installed new outdoor exercise equipment to help kids stay active.
The program is intended to improve a child's coordination, flexibility, cardiovascular endurance, social and thinking skills, and nutrition.
And teachers and administrators hope to involve the whole community.
"Hopefully we can make this a full family activity, because we know adults are role models and if we can teach our children to be healthy and give them a good shot, that's going to help to carry over a lifetime for them," said physical education teacher Chris Seaton."
The nationwide Project Fit America is located in 730 schools in 40 states across America.