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Welcome to the Still Elementary Physical Education Department

Cobb Kilometer Kids One Mile and Dash Next Week!

Kennesaw State University

Event Information

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Schedule of Events

4:30 p.m.    Race number pick-up and event day registration opens

5:20 p.m.    Race number pick-up and event day registration ends

5:30 p.m.    50m Dash begins

5:35 p.m.    One Mile begins

Getting There/Parking

The Cobb Kilometer Kids One Mile and 50m Dash takes place at

Kennesaw State University, (behind Fifth Third Bank Stadium)

Field #3 - Walk/Jog Trail

3200 George Busbee Pkwy., NW Kennesaw, GA 30144 with the start and finish areas taking place on the synthetic field.

Parking will not be allowed at the Track or off Big Shanty Rd. in The Perch lot.

Free parking is available across from the KSU Fifth Third Bank Stadium ticket window (corner of George Busbee Pkwy., NW & Busbee Dr., NW):

  • CCT (Cobb County Transit) Commuter Lot
  • GRTA Commuter Lot

*Volunteers and officers will be there to direct you to Field #3 and the Start/Finish area.

Number Pick-Up 

Race day registration is available at number pick-up until 5:20 p.m.


One Mile and Dash Age Group Start Waves

Volunteers will be holding age signs for both the One Mile and Dash events. We ask that you line up your child behind his or her age sign.

One Mile: ages 7-14

50m Dash: ages 6 & under


This free, open to the public One Mile for kids ages 7 to 14 features an exciting course through beautiful Kennesaw State University on their paved bike path/jogging path. The course will be lined with Atlanta Track Club volunteers, parents and Kilometer Kids coaches encouraging the kids as they make their way to the finish line. The 50m Dash for kids age 6 and under will start mid-field and finish in the same finish chute as the older athletes.


Check out these PHOTOS  from our 9/16 kick off event at Grant Park. Don't miss out on the fun this time!

Post Race

Each participant will enjoy water and a light snack after their race.


Every participant of the One Mile or 50m Dash will receive a finisher's medal.

Kilometer Kids Fall Season Registration

Atlanta Track Club's Kilometer Kids is a free, incentive-based running program designed to get kids (ages 7 to 14) in the community active! The mission of Kilometer Kids is to promote a healthy and active lifestyle to area youth through a running-based program, empowering children with the knowledge they need to make smart lifestyle choices. Keep track of your miles over the next 11 weeks and receive some cool incentive prizes!

Registration closes September 26th to be eligible for these prizes.


AnchorKilometer Kids Fall Season Miscellaneous

Please remember, Kilometer Kids focuses on encouraging kids to complete a marathon distance over 11 weeks, with the goal of participating in Atlanta Track Club's Thanksgiving Day 5K, One Mile or 50m Dash on November 26. If you have not received your Running Log or Curriculum, please download now.  

All school/group Kilometer Kids programs must also read, complete and send in a Site Agreement, T-shirt Agreement and Coach Agreement in order to participate. All kids associated with a school/group program, must also register for Kilometer Kids and list their group during the registration process.

Fall 2015 Kilometer Kids incentive prize PICK-UP:

  • All individuals, not affiliated with a school/group will get incentives mailed to them.
  • All schools/groups will have the following opportunities to receive incentive prizes: (no incentives will be mailed to groups)

1.) Schedule an Atlanta Track Club representative to attend one of your practices in the fall to deliver incentives. Please schedule soon!

2.) Arrange for incentive pick-up at one of the four fall Kilometer Kids One Mile Fun Run events

*Go to UPCOMING EVENTS to see youth events this fall. Don't forget there is one in Cobb, Gwinnett and (2) at Grant Park!

3.) Pick-up incentive items at Atlanta Track Club offices:

**(NEW address)**

201 Armour Drive, Atlanta, GA 30324

4.) Arrange to meet an Atlanta Track Club rep halfway between your school and our office

If you have any additional questions about Kilometer Kids, you can contact Todd Liscomb at 404-231-9064 x125 or email

Thanks again for your support!


Todd Liscomb

Atlanta Track Club  

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Upcoming Events

September 26

Wingfoot XC Classic

5K Community Run

Cartersville, GA

October 25

Atlanta 10 Miler & 5K

Atlantic Station

November 26

Thanksgiving Day Half Marathon & 5K

One Mile and Dash

Turner Field


Interested in giving back to the sport of running? Come volunteer with us! To learn more, please contact


Walk to School Wednesdays will begin on Wednesday October 7, 2016 @ Mt. View Church - National Walk to School Day!

Please Check out the links to more upcoming activities and events:

  • 31 for 31

Please review the dress code! 

Coach B and Mrs. Bramlett are back and ready to go!  Safety is our top priority.  Please ensure that your child has proper rubber soled shoes.  NO HEELS OR OPENED TOE SHOES.  With field trips and schedule changes, keeping a pair of shoes in your child’s book bag will eliminate confusion and lack of preparedness. 

Water bottles are always welcome, please put your students name on them!  During the warmer months, hats, sunglasses, and sunscreen are appropriate.  Please label all items

We will have Walking Wednesdays.  Please dress you student appropriately for the weather.  If it is raining, we will hold our event inside the gym. 

If your student is sick or hurt and cannot participate, PLEASE SEND A NOTE WITH A DATE WHEN THEY CAN RETURN AND PARTICIPATE. 


The mission of the Physical Education Program at Still Elementary is to provide students with the opportunities to develop the skills, knowledge, motivation, and behaviors that lead to the adoption of a physically active and healthy lifestyle.


The vision of Still Elementary Physical Education Program is to promote a healthy and active lifestyle within our school and community focusing on self- control, good choices, and problem solving.

PE Behavior Management Plan

Eagle Award: Given at the end of every class

One student in each class that focuses and demonstrates responsible behaviors

Behavior Expectations

Respect others and equipment

Be safe by demonstrating self-control

Try your best

Take responsibility for your learning and behavior

Field Days are scheduled for 5/13: 3, 4, 5 and 5/20: K, 1, 2


What is Fitnessgram?

Cobb County Schools use the Fitnessgram testing protocol. Fitnessgram is a comprehensive health-related fitness and activity assessment and computerized reporting system.
Fitnessgram tests the five health components of fitness which are:

Aerobic capacity/ Cardiovascular endurance: The Pacer Test
Body Composition: Body Mass Index (BMI)A calculation of the ratio of weight to height.
Muscular Endurance: Curl Up
Muscular Strength: Push Ups

Flexibility: Sit and Reach Test

To all Still Elementary Parents of Physical Education Students:

Still Elementary Fitnessgram assessments will be done with our students once at the beginning of the school year, and again at the end of the year.
Parents play an important role in shaping children's physical and dietary habits. This report will help you evaluate your child's current level of health-related fitness and help you identify ways to promote healthy lifestyles in your family.
Our Physical Education Department activities throughout the school year are designed to help students grow and improve in their physical fitness levels. We look forward to a productive and enjoyable year with your children.

Welcome to the gym!  We are the largest classroom in the school.  It is super important that students wear tennis shoes on their PE days.  As a friendly reminder, we do not tie tennis shoes after Christmas Break.