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Learning at Home: High School

Items marked with an * are part of  the Alameda County Safe Routes to Schools Educator Guide, a resource full of healthy walking and rolling activities that overlap with Common Core standards.

  • Ultimate Bicycle Quiz – Take this online quiz from How Stuff Works to test your bicycle knowledge.
  • Climate Conversation Contest – Create an online video, TikTok, art piece, or photo essay about your experience with climate change. On Monday, April 20, join an interactive workshop for storytelling tips and tricks and insight on how to frame your message to reach more people. Top climate communicators will win cash prizes!. Submissions due May 18
  • High School Rail Safety Presentation – Learn more about rail safety through this PowerPoint presentation.
  • Pedestrian Safer Journey – This video and quiz teaches students about pedestrian safety. Use it on its own or to augment a comprehensive curriculum.
  • Bicycle Safer Journey – This video and quiz teaches students about bicycle safety. Use it on its own or to augment a comprehensive curriculum.
  • High School Summer Reading List – Even if you’re indoors, you can go anywhere with a good book. Here’s a list of good books with a great topic: bikes! Read these stories while school’s out and get motivated to ride all summer long.
  • Nike Run Club (free download) – Taking regular jogs to stay healthy? Make sure every run counts with the Nike Run Club app. Track runs, challenge friends and get motivated to keep going.
  • What to Do During The Lockdown Video – Are you bored and not sure what else to do during the stay-at-home order? The Alameda County Safe Routes to School HS Youth Task Force have come up with some ideas to help you stay fit physically and mentally.