The Daily Mile supported by INEOS is excited to be an official supporter of #WCHOregon22! This wonderful collaboration came alive through the World Wide Welcome Youth Relay. The event was held to celebrate the 100-day countdown to the start of the World Athletics Championships July 15-24, 2022!Read on below
The Daily Mile™ announced as the official school education fitness program supporter of the World Athletics Championships Oregon22
About The Daily Mile
The Daily Mile is a solution to healthier, happier, more engaged students! The Daily Mile is a whole-child movement that lets kids outside to run, jog, roll, or walk for 15-minutes each day. It is a life-changing opportunity for children and the adults who lead them. 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!
Learn how you can join The Daily Mile Movement!
Why schools & youth groups should join The Daily Mile Movement …
Teachers experience fewer interruptions as kids return from The Daily Mile more focused and eager to learn.
Students improve their social-emotional well-being. They improve their ability to manage emotions, set & meet goals, foster positive relationships, and make good decisions.
Classroom management plans improve! You save valuable classroom instruction time with this proactive Positive Behavior Support and Intervention Strategy. This leads to better behavior, more time on task, and happier teachers.
Students improve their academic achievement. Problem-solving, focus, concentration, and memory all improve with this physical activity.
Classroom and campus morale increases as teachers connect with students outside the rigors of class.
- Download a copy of the official Press Release
- Download The Daily Mile and World Athletics Commercial & Video
- Download Daily Mile Photos
- Learn about the Youth Engagement Program Making Tracks on the World Athletics website
- Download B-Roll of The Daily Mile (coming soon!)
- Download The Daily Mile Fast Facts, Flyer, and School Health Guidelines