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The Daily Mile is a whole-child movement that connects physical and social-emotional health. Students build community, connectedness, and resilience. As a result, problem-solving skills improve while disciplinary referrals decrease. Join the movement at your school today!

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“I love how teachers and students connect during The Daily Mile. That is what creates a sense of belonging. That’s what we need more of  for the whole child’s wellbeing.”
– Marisa Bible, SEL Specialist, Galveston Independent School District

 

 

What is The Daily Mile?

The Daily Mile is a life-changing opportunity for children and the adults who lead them. It is a solution to healthier, happier, more engaged students! The Daily Mile is a whole-child movement that takes kids outdoors to run, jog, roll or walk for 15-minutes each day. But it’s so much more than that. Created by an elementary school principal and her students, it is proven, effective, and sustainable. The Daily Mile is free for your school family … forever. Watch the video above to learn more! 

 

Here’s why your school should join the movement  …

  Students improve their social-emotional wellbeing. They improve their ability to manage emotions, set & meet goals, foster positive relationships, and make good decisions.

  Schools minimize time out of class for behavior with this proactive Positive Behavior Support and Intervention Strategy.

  Students improve their academic performance because physical activity improves problem-solving, focus, concentration, and memory.

   School morale increases as teachers connect with students outside the rigors of class.

 Teachers feel empowered as they decide when their class does The Daily Mile. Overall teacher wellness improves, too!

 

Join the movement!

 

How do I start The Daily Mile at my school? 

  • Talk to your school principal or district superintendent.
  • Sign up with The Daily Mile to access exclusive resources and get your school listed on the community map
  • Find a teacher who is willing to try the program. Work with that teacher to implement a pilot. use the Implementation Guides for a simple, step-by-step plan for success!
  • Check out the Resources page for more free printable classroom tools.
  • Visit the FAQs for more information.