PARENTS & CHAMPIONS
Parents willing to champion Safe Routes programming and events at their school are vital to our program’s success.
Learn about all the great programs we offer in elementary schools around the county
Learn about all the great programs we offer in middle schools around the county
New To Safe Routes?
Safe Routes to Schools (SR2S) is a comprehensive, proven approach to getting more kids walking and biking safely to school.
It gives kids and parents skills, encouragement, and inspiration through a range of activities, events, and lessons, while also addressing local pedestrian and personal safety concerns.
FROM THE BLOG
Congratulations to Nora Cody, 2016 Hubsmith Safe Routes Champion Award winner
This week at the Safe Routes to School National Conference, Nora Cody from Alameda County SR2S received the 2016 Hubsmith Safe Routes Champion Award for her leadership and commitment to equity in ensuring that kids can walk and bike to school safely.
This national award is given to an individual who has demonstrated leadership, commitment, and positive impact on Safe Routes to School in their community. It is named for Deb Hubsmith, founding director of the Safe Routes to School National Partnership, who dedicated her life and career to advancing the Safe Routes to School movement.
Golden Sneaker Contest
Love walking & rolling to school? Your class or school is eligible to win a trophy by entering in the 2015 Golden Sneaker Contest!.