Get active and stay healthy! That's the message hundreds of Fayette County students got on Monday morning.
It's part of the new PAWS program, which kicked off at Clays Mill Elementary.
PAWS, which stands for Physical Activity and Wellness Schools, is designed to get students more active.
The children even showed off some of the exercises they've learned.
Tates Creek High School will also take part in the program, which is a partnership between UK and Fayette County Public Schools.