WAYNE, N.J. -- A group of local fifth-graders had a high-flying time recently when they received a visit from the New York Jets' Quincy Enunwa and Brandon Bostick.
The students, who attend James Fallon Elementary School on Clifford Drive, were local winners of the National Football League/American Heart Association Play 60 Challenge, according to a statement from the school.
Enunwa, a wide receiver, and Bostick, a tight end, visited with all the students in attendance while two students from the class and their families won tickets to a New York Jets' game, according to the school district.
The Play 60 Challenge is a campaign to combat childhood obesity by urging children to be active for at least 60 minutes each day, according to the school.
School officials congratulated the students for their combined effort and urged them to "Keep moving!"
At 1-5 and in last place in the AFC East, the Jets are having a difficult season.
This past Monday, they lost to the Arizona Cardinals 28-3. The team is scheduled to take on the Baltimore Ravens at 1 p.m. Sunday at MetLife Stadium.
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