Safe Routes to School Poster Contest
This year the SR2S Program received 198 entries from 18 schools in Solano County. Thank you to the schools and teachers that encouraged their students to participate in our 5th Annual Safe Routes to School Poster Contest.
Students in grades K-12 were asked to design a poster using one of the following safety messages:
- Always wear a helmet when riding your bike or scooter.
- Cross the street at the crosswalk.
- Always make eye contact with drivers when crossing the street.
- Look before your cross: left, right, left again.
- Don’t talk or text on your phone when crossing the street (put those headphones away too).
The winners have been chosen and their artwork will be featured in a Safe Routes to School 2020 calendar! The First Place winner in each category will also receive a gift certificate to a local bike shop.
See the 2019 winning artwork here
Kindergarten – 2nd Grade
First Place: Julia Miller, Cordelia Hills Elementary
Second Place: Travis Santiago, Sierra Vista K-8
Third Place: Lyla Stubbendorff, Foxboro Elementary
Fourth Place: Amaya Johnson, Foxboro Elementary
3rd – 5th Grade
First Place: Robert Miller, Cordelia Hills Elementary
Second Place: Keira Call, Robert Semple Elementary
Third Place: Jaimyah Jenkins, Crescent Elementary
Fourth Place: Emma Eastlund, Foxboro Elementary
6th – 8th Grade
First Place: Sarosh Addanki, Green Valley Middle School
Second Place: Grace Miller, Green Valley Middle School
Third Place: Corey Liew, Dan O Root Health & Wellness Academy
Fourth Place: Anika Lum, Grange Middle School
9th – 12th Grade
First Place: Lauren Miller, Visions in Education
Winners from the 2018 Safe Routes to School Poster Contest
For the 4th Annual SR2S Poster Contest, students were asked to design a poster to showcase the positive impact of walking and biking to school on the environment, traffic and student health.