Many kids are out of shape and stressed out, according to Digital Vibez, an organization that aims to change that through dance fitness, wellness workshops and technology programs for underserved communities. Executive Director Wil Romelus founded the Greenacres-based nonprofit eight years ago. It has three core programs: focused dance fitness, technology and the arts. Romelus and staff work with Title I schools and he calls himself a “Proud Afterschool Enrichment Provider.” Fitness Fiesta incorporates hip-hop, Spanish and Island moves and rhythms. Wellness workshops deal with health and nutrition. Each child receives a pedometer and a journal to track their experience. Digital Expressions runs eight weeks, with two weeks of hip-hop, audio production, video production and an offering called Literacy Thru Lyrics. An annual KidsFit Jamarthon serves 3,000 youth with health and fitness information, goody bags and dancing. Digital Vibez allows all children to achieve and maintain physical fitness. It’s a positive approach to moving and learning.