Co-curricular Activities

Co-curricular Activities

Niwot Elementary offers opportunities to engage students beyond the school day.

100 Mile Club

The 100 Mile Club is a well-established national program where students run 3-5 days a week for 30 minutes or more. The 100 Mile Club was designed to take place in the morning before school in order to have the greatest impact on academic achievement and behavior.

Monday, Thursday, and Friday mornings before school from 8:20 a.m. – 8:50 a.m.

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Student Council

Student Council is made up of 4th and 5th graders, elected by their peers, to:

  1. Plan special student events
  2. Conduct activities to generate school spirit
  3. Assist with community outreach and school philanthropic endeavors
  4. Manage Longmont Dairy’s “Milk Caps for Moola” school fundraising program at the school
  5. Suggest ways that teachers and administration can improve the school environment

Contact Student Council:

Trip Tracker

Trip Tracker rewards staff and students with Tracker Bucks, which are earned for walk, bike, bus and carpool trips to and from school. Tracker Bucks can then be spent like real money at select locally owned Trip Tracker Businesses. Trip Tracker’s goal is to improve the air quality and safety around our school’s community, as well as, increase the opportunity for participants to move their bodies more, by reducing the amount of car traffic in front of the school. All are great reasons to participate in Trip Tracker. All students and staff can participate, even if they need to drive/be driven most of the way or most of the time.

Visit the Trip Tracker website for more information:, where you can download the Trip Tracker calendar, find out about participating businesses and more. You can also contact our Trip Tracker Committee chair Molly Sherrard for questions about this program.

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