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100 Mile Club

Did you know that Washington Elementary is the birth place of the 100 Mile Club in 1992? This fabulous program was started in Room 22 by it's founder Kara Lubin, a former teacher here at Washington. This great program returned to Washington in the Spring of 2008 when Coach Hartson signed Washington up to participate and made Room 46 its homebase. Coach Hartson signs up enthusiastic students and parents who are eager to earn a t-shirt and their miles in this awesome physical fitness program.

The 100 Mile Club is a physical fitness and life skills project for all individuals based on the goal of running or walking 100 miles at school or work during a single school year. Participants use life skills based on The Pyramid of Success, designed by the legendary basketball coach, teacher, and 100 Mile Club mentor, Coach John Wooden.

All students can participate in the program here at Washington, however, if they wish to join the club it is $10.00. The ten dollars enrolls a student or adult into the program which allows them to earn a t-shirt at 25 miles, a pencil and membership card at 50 miles, a bracelet at 75 miles, and a certificate and a medal when they reach 100 miles. Students can earn miles at school and events sponsored by the 100 Mile Club only. Over the past two years, Washington participated in the Walk for Kids and earned top participation and fundraising awards. We are honored to be a part of this spectacular program and invite you to join us. It is never too late to sign up and start earning your 100 Mile Club shirt. Let's get moving together.

Coach Hartson

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