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Start to get things rolling in your school by adding your participants and tracking their activities and before you know it your school could be on our leaderboard! This year's spring challenge takes place from April 13 to May 15!

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1stNATIVITY JESUIT MIDDLE SCHOOL
2ndHAMILTON EARLY LEARNING CENTER
3rdLINCOLN MIDDLE SCHOOL
4thSTATE ROAD ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
5thMT CALVARY-GRACE LUTHERAN SCH
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If you biked 24,859 miles you could travel around the entire world once.

If you biked 24,859 milesyou could go around the world once and you would have to change your tires 8 times. That's a lot of pedaling!

Walking 1,000 feet is equal to walking the length of 10 blue whales

Walking 1,000 feetis equal to walking the
length of 10 blue whales

Kids need 60 minutes or more of physical activity each day.

Kids need 60 minutesor more of physical
activity each day.
CDC Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans

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Oregon's Malabon Elementary Wins PeopleForBikes Award

It all started when Malabon Elementary School parent Norene Walters’ bike was stolen from the school last September. Norene, used to staying active by biking in every morning with her three children, could have used the incident as an excuse to stop riding. Instead, she used it as motivation to get more kids and families on bikes.

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Creating A Stronger School Wellness Policy at Northmont Elementary with Fire Up Your Feet

One of the fun things about starting down the path to school wellness is that each step leads you to new discoveries and ideas for creating a healthy, active school. For Iris Hix, a parent at Northmont Elementary School in La Mesa, CA (outside of San Diego), it all started when she learned about her school receiving a Safe Routes to School grant about a year ago. Soon after, Iris and her family got involved with a weekly walk to school each Friday, with students and families meeting at a nearby park and picking up other walkers along the route.

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Special Needs Students Benefit from Physical Activity at Aleksander Academy

Aleksander Academy is a small school located in Alpharetta, Georgia, that serves students with autism, ADHD and other learning disabilities. As a school that specializes in students with learning differences and special needs, Aleksander Academy is well aware of the benefit that their students receive from physical activity. However, the school’s location in an office park presents challenges when it comes to giving students access to outdoor spaces to play and be active.

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