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Safe. Healthy. Fun.
Welcome to Safe Routes to School! Our school is part of the Safe Routes to School (SR2S) program. The program encourages more students to walk and bicycle to school. The program teaches kids how to walk and ride bicycles more safely, slows traffic near schools, and reduces congestion and air pollution in school drop off zones. Not only does the program keep our kids healthy and active, it makes the commute to school safer and more fun for everyone.
Find out how to start a Walking School Bus at your school!
Questions? We’ve got answers!
Understandably, parents can be very skeptical of allowing their students to walk or bicycle to school, either because they believe that it is not safe or too far away from home. Get the answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about walking and bicycling to school.
Help make a difference for your child and their friends by being a part of a Safe Routes to School event, such as a Bicycle Rodeo or a Walk n’ Roll prize week. High school students can earn community service hours by assisting with events. All volunteers should contact their student’s school regarding volunteer background check requirements.
Find out when these events are scheduled at your child’s school by reviewing the calendar and for more information contact Tracy Nachand at (707) 553-5543, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org, for more information.
Why does Safe Routes to School Matter?
Watch the “Why Safe Routes to School Matter” video to understand why the United States has seen a decrease in walking and bicycling to school, the consequences of this decrease, and the ways Safe Routes to School are a part of the solution.
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