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Black Hawk Elementary students fuel Monday mornings with a Mile run

October 20, 2015

Mile Mondays are encouraging children to reach the goal of running, jogging or walking 100 Miles in a school year. Black Hawk Elementary received the National Healthy Schools Award for their efforts.

By Robert Grant, KEVN News

Black Hawk, SD Students at Black Hawk Elementary kick off their school weeks with a Mile run or walk.

Every Monday, the Black Hawk Cougars run their way into the school day.

Elyse Seals, a 5th grader, said, "It's like your jumpstart of the day."

And Monday's Mile won't be their last.

Miler Mondays are part of the 100 Mile Club – which was created for Fuel Up to Play 60, a national program getting kids on the move.

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