Walk to School Day

What is Walk to School Day?
  • A global event held in early October that gives children, parents, school staff and community members an opportunity to work together to make their communities safer and more pleasant for walking.
  • A collective walk to school with a purpose – to promote health, safety, physical activity and concern for the environment.
  • Walk to School Day is part of the “Encouragement” piece of the SRTS 5 E’s.


 

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Walk and Roll to School Day 2012

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From sfsaferoutestoschool.org: Sign Up Today! What is Walk to School Day? A global event held in early October that gives children, parents, school staff and community members an opportunity to work together to make their communities safer and more pleasant for walking. A collective walk to school with a purpose – to promote health, safety, […]

A Walk & Roll to School Day Event in San Francisco

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Yesterday some 13,000 San Francisco children at 95 schools walked–and in some cases rolled in wheelchairs–to school as part of the 20th annual Walk-to-School Day (now called “Walk-and-Roll-to-School Day,” at least locally). The event is intended to encourage kids to walk to school and spend more time walking and playing outside. This is part of a global […]

International Walk and Roll to School Day

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From SF Safe Routes to School: Save the Date: October 9, 2013 is International Walk and Roll to School Day!  Walk and Roll to School Day is the kick-off event for our SF Safe Routes to School (SF-SRTS) Program. The SF-SRTS Partnership provides free giveaways to schools as an incentive to host their own Walk […]

Walk and Roll to School Day

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From SF Safe Routes to School: Walk and Roll to School Day is the kick-off event for our SF Safe Routes to School (SF-SRTS) Program. The SF-SRTS Partnership provides free giveaways to schools as an incentive to host their own Walk and Roll to School events. In 2013, 76 schools across the city participated. We hope […]