Encourage your students to take active transportation to school with a free class!
For the 2015-2016 school year, the iCommute Walk, Ride, and Roll to School program is offering free classes and events for public or private K-12 schools in the San Diego region. These classes are designed to teach students skills and safety to build confidence and encourage active transportation choices. Our goal is to increase the number of children who walk, bike, skate, skateboard, or ride a scooter to school; raise awareness of the benefits of more active forms of transportation; and promote pedestrian and bike safety.
Enroll your school in a free class. An administrator, principal, or parent leader of the school can sign up for a class or event beginning August 20, 2015. Registration for education services is on a first-come, first-served basis with a preference to schools that did not receive funding through our Mini-Grant program.
Schools will be able to choose from these six options:
In 2014, San Diego region schools participated in a week-long Walk, Ride, and Roll to School challenge. Overall, students logged miles equivalent to 56,313 home runs in Petco Park and burned calories equal to snorkeling in La Jolla Cove for 673 hours!
For more information about the Walk, Ride, and Roll to School education services, please contact Kymberly Epperson, iCommute consultant, at (619) 546-5390 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Walk, Ride, and Roll to School is a great way to connect students to the environment by encouraging walking and biking. Children who spend more time in nature connect better with wildlife and conservation - which is what the Zoo likes to see happen!
Walk, Ride, and Roll to School 2015-2016 Class & Event Registration Class & Event Descriptions 2015 Mini-Grant Recipients
Events Calendar School Safety Trading Cards Safe Routes to School