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Move-A-Thon (MAT)



The 2014 Move-A-Thon is Sunday, September 28th just east of Gasworks Park on the Burke-Gilman Trail. 


What is the Move-A-Thon?
The Move-A-Thon is both a celebration of motion and an old-fashioned fundraiser.  Kids get pledges from friends, family and neighbors based on either a flat amount, or the distance they anticipate traveling. 
 Then they bring their bikes, or scooters, or roller skates, or just their feet down to the Burke-Gilman Trail (between Bagley and Latona Ave NE) and MOVE! 
Participants will receive their “Trail Card" to document the distance they travel. They will also receive their Move-A-Thon T-shirt when they sign in.  What time to start, how long to stay, and how far to travel is up to you and them.  Adults supervise the event for safety.


More information can be found on the (external) MAT event website!





Move-a-Thon T-Shirt Spirit Days

Show your Move-a-Thon colors on Move-a-Thon Spirit Days typically the the friday before the Move-A-Thon! Wear your favorite Move-a-Thon shirt from previous years and show everyone you're getting ready for this year's event. Got any pledges lined up? Pumped up the tires in your bike or laced up your walking shoes? Kindergarten students--wear something colorful to join in the fun!






If you haven't volunteered before, the MAT is a great event to get your feet wet.  
See the Move-A-Thon Volunteer Page for more details.





Details from the 2013 Event:
Move-A-Thon Results

The Move-A-Thon team is thrilled to announce a total of $31,000 was raised this year through donations and the silent auction.  Thank you generous families - we had 62% of students participating!

  • Most Participation - Rie Sensei's 2nd grade AM class
  • New Bicycle Winner - Lauren G
  • Most Money Raised = Ms. Margie's 3rd grade Japanese class won the pizza party for most funds collected

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