Every Fall and Spring, we help coordinate running programs at local elementary schools using the latest lap tracking technology. See our programs at Christa McAuliffe, Del Rio Elementary, Libby Elementary, Laurel Elementary, San Luis Rey Elementary, Stuart Mesa, South Oceanside Elementary, and Temple Heights Elementary. This year, students who run 50 miles will receive a Miles of Smiles shoelace to congratulate them on their efforts!

Stuart Mesa Principal Emily Parra is with MYFBYE Executive Director Kathy Kinane at the kick off Miles of Smile program. The goal of the program is to have students average at least one mile per day to help put a smile on the face and improve focus in the classroom.

We believe “Miles of Smiles” will help each student reach their goals of good mental, physical and emotional health.

Read recent press coverage about the Miles of Smiles program here.

Live Well San Diego named the foundation a partner and proclaimed April 5th Move Your Feet Before You Eat! Day in San Diego County.

Our goal for Fall 2019 is to raise $38,000 to provide Student Laptrackers to the public elementary schools in Oceanside for 2 years. This system is very simple, inexpensive and effective. Our OUSD fitness statistics are in great need of improvement. Let’s give teachers a hand. After we get the elementary schools going we will help out Middle and High School. We need your help.

Donation can be made through this link or you can send a check to Move Your Feet Foundation 603 Seagaze Dr. #968 Oceanside, CA 92054. Tax ID Number 26 – 0816292.


2019 Spring Running Program Summary

School Runners Laps Mileage
Christa McAuliffe Elementary 399 76,175 19,043
Del Rio Elementary 323 10,698 2,139
Ivey Ranch Elementary 116 37,381 9,345
Lincoln Middle School 890 43,681 10,920
San Luis Rey Elementary 295 10,693 2,138
South Oceanside Elementary 432 17,331 5,788
Stuart Mesa Elementary 364 10,935 1,366