Welia Health Wellness Center Walking Track

 In an effort to keep our students, staff, and community safe and healthy, we are not allowing visitors and the general public into our school facilities at the beginning of the school year.  This is an effort to reduce the spread of Covid-19 and keep our schools open for student learning.  

As of September 1st at 12:00am the walking track will be closed until further notice.

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As part of the Mora Elementary School expansion, Mora Schools and Welia Health System have jointly built a community wellness center. The Wellness Center includes an indoor, elevated walking track for community members to use year-round. For a $25 annual membership fee, members have access to the walking track between the hours of 5 a.m. and 10 p.m. daily.  This fee includes the cost of a background study, membership card, and processing fee. Membership registration forms are available below or at the Mora High School District Office. Membership is based on a calendar year, January to December. Registration information is below.

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CLICK HEREfor the next Walk and Talk Session


CLICK HEREfor February's fitness class schedule andclass descriptions

Movin' Mamas

Click Here for more information on this new class.

To Register For Walking Track Membership: 

Fill out a Registration Form AND an Informed Consent Form.
Registration form may be done in person at the Mora High School District Office, 400 Maple Ave. E., Mora, MN 55051 or online (see below).
Payment may be made online ahead of time (below), or in person at the District Office.

Results from background study may take up to three weeks. You will be notified by email when your background study is complete. At that time, your membership will be activated and you may pick up your membership card at the District Office.


Click HERE to print Registration Form
(You may fill this out and drop off at the Mora High School District Office).

Click HERE to print Informed Consent Form for background study

(You may fill this out and drop off at the Mora High School District Office).

Click HERE to register and pay online (You must also fill out a separate Informed Consent Form, and turn in to the District Office)


*Who is eligible for membership?
Memberships are open to individuals who have attained the age of eighteen (18) years.

*Can I bring my children?
If a Member/Parent has a child under the age of 18, they are allowed to use the walking track accompanied by a parent at no charge. Members are responsible for their children at all times. 

*Can I bring a guest?
Each Member may bring a guest up to (six) 6 times a year. Guests are not allowed on student days between the hours of 7:45 a.m.-3:15p.m.  Guests must sign in upon arrival with Member at the Facility’s main entrance. 

*Is this for walking only?
No, there is a lane designated for running.

*What forms of payment do you accept?
Cash, credit card, or check. Checks should be made out to: Mora Public Schools.

*Will my insurance cover the cost of the annual membership?
Insurance companies will have different rules on coverage. You are responsible for turning in your receipt and working with your insurance company to determine eligibility for reimbursement.

*Why is a background check necessary?
Since members will potentially be using the walking track while students are present, a background check is required by the State of Minnesota to ensure that members have no criminal convictions or crimes relating to children.

*Why can't I have colored beverages, such as Gatorade, in the Wellness Center?
Colored beverages will cause permanent staining of the floor.

*What if I have a medical emergency OR what if I need medical attention?
A phone will be located on each level to dial 911 in case of emergencies. An AED and first aid kit will also be available on both levels. Having a buddy system while using the walking track is highly encouraged.

*How do I report an incident (ie. a fall or minor injury, etc.)?
Wellness Center Incident Report Forms are available at the main entrance of the Facility, and should be returned to the District Office in person or by mail at 400 Maple Ave. E, Mora, MN 55051.

*What other options are available to members besides the walking track?
Most FirstLight events and classes, along with access to the walking track, are included in your membership fee; however certain classes may have a charge.

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