Sparrow

Dear Parents,
Welcome to Student Registration!


*Parent First Name:
*Parent Last Name:
*Street Address:
*City:
*State:
*Zip Code:
*Day Phone: () -
*Evening Phone: () -
*Parent Email Address:
*Password:
Create a password today, and use it at sparrowmilesclub.com to access your child's progress during the program, April - May.
*Re-enter Password:

Student 1

*Student First Name:
Proper names only. No nicknames, please.
*Student Last Name:
*Student's School:
*Student's Teacher:
*Birthday:
*Grade:
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*Required Fields

I acknowledge that my child is physically fit to participate in the Feelin' Good® Mileage Club®, hereinafter referred to as the "Club" and he/she has my permission to participate. By signing and submitting this entry and waiver, I am legally bound, hereby for my child, heirs, my personal representatives, administrators and myself. I waive and release all rights and claims for damages I/my child may have against the Sparrow Hospital and Sparrow Health System, my child's school, sponsors of the "Club", its agents, representatives, successors for any and all injuries suffered by my child while participating in the "Club." I also authorize Sparrow Health System to utilize any photography and videotape of my child's participation for publicity, fundraising, advertising or any other lawful purpose.

I accept the Waiver

Please note: Your submission is final and cannot be changed.
Make sure you review ALL fields before submitting your child's information.

Your privacy is important to us. The information gathered will only be used by Sparrow and will not be shared with a third party. Your information will remain confidential.

Congratulations to our
2015 gas card winners!

KRISTINE STONE, Woodworth Elementary
LAURA JOHNSTON, Cornell Elementary
LONNA BLASKE, Beagle Elementary
JENNIFER LENNEMAN, Potterville Elementary
LORI ADCOCK, Oakwood Elementary
HEATHER MCDONALD, Post Oak Elementary
HEIDI CROCKER, Parkview Elementary
SHELBY SHANKEL, South Elementary
SARAH DAVIS, Wilcox Elementary
SHALEEN ROMAN, Windemere Park Charter Academy

Regular physical activity helps kids:

  • Build and maintain healthy bones, muscles, and joints.
  • Control weight, build lean muscle and reduce fat.
  • Improve their sense of self-image and autonomy.
  • Foster healthy social and emotional development.
Source: Centers for Disease Control & Prevention.