America Does The Daily Mile
America Does The Daily Mile will bring children across the nation together this Valentine’s Day! This second national event day takes place in schools and on social media. It’s fun, free, and for everyone! Join the movement below!Read on below
America Does The Daily Mile!
Our goal is to get as many elementary schools and daycares in America to get moving on the same day. Together, let’s celebrate the positive benefits that daily activity has on physical and mental health.
This year, we’re asking all schools and daycares to do The Daily Mile on Valentine’s Day! To join in this mass-participation event, teachers will take their students outside to walk, jog, run or wheel for 15 minutes. Children enrolled in online/remote learning may participate at home (under parent or gradian supervision) as well!
Tuesday, February 14, 2023
At your school or daycare
Anytime during the school day
Register for the Valentine’s Day event!
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 this to learn more!
Join the movement to access exclusive member-only resources and join The Daily Mile community. Try The Daily Mile with just one class and experience the benefits. Watch it grow to the whole school! Homeschoolers and remote-learners are welcome to join, too!
Find us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram! Be sure to post photos of your school and tag us @TheDailyMileUSA and use #DailyMileDay.
Free downloadable resources:
- School Briefing Document
- Certificate of Participation
- Valentine’s Day Cards
- Valentine’s Day Coloring Sheet
- Class Tracker poster – designed to help your class continue doing The Daily Mile