Congratulations to all schools that participated in International Walk to School Day!
We had 42 schools in Solano County take part on October 8, 2014. For the first time, all seven cities and school districts participated in the event.
Well done to everyone who took part! Walking to school is a healthy way to start the day. Participating students and parents not only get important excercise, they are helping provide cleaner air and reduced traffic congestion around schools, making the journey to school safer and healthier!
The B. Gale Walking School Bus with 50 children walking to school!
2014 Participating Schools
Benicia Middle School, Mary Farmer, Matthew Turner, Robert Semple
B. Gale Wilson, Center, Cordelia Hills, Green Valley Middle School, KI Jones, Laurel Creek, Nelda Mundy, Sheldon
Crescent, Dan O. Root, Suisun Elementary
ACE Charter, Browns Valley, Callison, Cambridge, Fairmont, Hemlock, Markham, Orchard, Padan
Beverly Hills, Cooper, Dan Mini, Federal Terrace, Glen Cove, Highland, Hogan Middle School, Lincoln, Loma Vista Environmental Sciences Academy, Patterson, Pennycook, Solano Middle School, Steffan Manor, Vallejo Charter, Wardlaw, Widenmann
Posted Sep 17, 2014, 4:45 pm under category Announcements.
Bike Mobile Visits Solano County
We are pleased to have the Bay Area Bike Mobile in Solano County. They offer free bike repair for children, while you wait. This is a great event for Safe Routes to School. The Bike Mobile and Safe Routes to School staff, have already attended events in Rio Vista, Dixon and Fairfield. We have additional events scheduled in Solano County for the Bike Mobile to attend. Look for us to advertise their attendance at future Safe Routes to School events. Check our calendar to see where they will be next in Solano County.
Posted Jun 23, 2014, 11:24 am under category Announcements.
Bike to School Day 2014
Many Solano County Schools participated in the 3rd Annual National Bike to School Day.
The Green Valley Middle School event in Fairfield, was organized by a Physical Education teacher and even received a visit from Mayor Harry Price.
Markham Elementary had 26 students ride their bicycles. Today, however, the whole school participated by welcoming Vice-Principal Barron as he rode up on a tricycle.
We would like to thank the following schools that also held events:
Gretchen Higgins Elementary
Anna Kyle Elementary
Laurel Creek Elementary
St. Basil's School
If your school held a Bike to School Event, please submit your reporting form to be entered into the prize drawing and to be included on our website.
Posted May 7, 2014, 1:55 pm under category Announcements.