The majority of the grant went to the purchase of a HOPSports system.
"Like a big Wii Fit that we can use in P.E. class so all the kids are physically active at once," says Wadley.
In addition to this, the district has started their baseline data collection which requires K-12 students enrolled in physical education classes to wear pedometers, the part that a group of fourth graders get the most excited about..
Wadley explains, "They've been excited. The teachers have said they've been excited about wearing them."
"It's really cool. Everybody's trying to get more steps and it's really fun. I like having it," says one fourth grade student.
Jamie Miers is a parent of a third grader who says Wylie's fitness plan has helped her family come together even more.
"Our family has started a little walk down the street, which we should have done all along but this really helps out and gives us a little bit more family time too, rather than television family time," says Miers.
"There's also a nutrition survey that the younger kids their parents help them complete it at home," Wadley explains.
Kids were far from shy about telling me how much they hate eating fruits and veggies, but they admit, the survey has helped them increase their intake.
"It's hard because I don't really like vegetables, but, ya know, I do it," says the fourth grade student.
Which is something parents are happy to finally see.
"The children are becoming more aware of how important it is to eat right and exercise and it all just goes hand in hand," says Miers.