About the Program

What is The 100 Mile Club® at Parmalee?

The 100 Mile Club at Parmalee is our local implementation of the nationwide 100 Mile Club program. The mission of the 100 mile club is to improve the well-being of children at school through daily physical activity in a noncompetitive, supportive, and inclusive environment. The program provides an opportunity to run or walk 100 miles over the course of the school year. The 100 Mile Club is more than just a running club. It’s an opportunity for students to build self-esteem, develop camaraderie, and learn to be the very best they can be. Visit www.100mileclub.com to learn more.

The 100 Mile Club is for all Parmalee students. Every classroom has a classroom chart with every student’s name. Every Parmalee student will be offered an official 100 Mile Club® Challenge Accepted identification card. As miles are accumulated their progress is tracked on the classroom charts. The 100 Mile Club offers an incentive kit for $10. Students are encouraged to register for the incentive kit. When a registered participant reaches 25 miles, he/she will be presented with fantastic T-shirt that is designed to showcase his/her accomplishments! Additional prizes are awarded at 50 and 75 miles. Upon reaching 100 miles, registered participants will receive a gold medal at the end of the school year. All participants will receive an end-of-year certificate that recognizes his/her efforts.

This year we will be have before school meet-ups on Wednesdays and Fridays from 8:30-8:50am. We’re working hard to find volunteers to hand out sticks during Monday recesses. Every 2nd Saturday of the month we’ll meet at an off-campus location such as Arrowhead Park, Mount Falcon Park and Clement Park. Please see the Parmalee 100 Mile Club calendar for details.

Any questions can be directed to Susan Anderson (suru76@hotmail.com) or Dina Arnott (dearnott@yahoo.com)