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Safe Routes to School

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The Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program is a national program that promotes walking and biking to school. The SRTS focuses on teaching bicycle and pedestrian safety along with the promotion of healthy lifestyles. The initiative encourages children to walk and bike to school and also seeks to improve the air quality around schools, reducing traffic congestion near schools, increase physical activity of children, and increase community involvement.

Please view the linked maps below for your students Safe Route to School.

Franklin Elementary School
Jefferson Elementary School
Kennedy Elementary School                                                 
Roosevelt Elementary School
Rosa Parks Elementary School
Washington Elementary School                                                                                                         

The Elementary Health Curriculum:
The Elementary Health Curriculum presents Pedestrian and Biking Safety lessons for students in grades Kindergarten, First, Second and Third Grade.

Bike Rodeos:
Bike Rodeos are a half day safety training for elementary students that include bike and pedestrian safety and skill development. Watch for the Bike Rodeo dates in your school newsletter.

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