“Creating a safe environment for children creates safety for all.” Keep Informed New four-way stop at Mt. View and “F” Street. Crossing Guard at Mt. View and “D” Street in the morning and afternoon Crossing Guard at Mt. View and “F” Street in the afternoon only KEEP it Legal Come to a complete stop … Continue reading SAFE DRIVING IN SCHOOL ZONES
If your school is looking for ways to fund more pathways, equipment, healthy programs, healthy food options, “Active School Fundraising” is a great way to help with that. It is program sponsored by the National Safe Routes to School Program, national PTA, and Kaiser Permanente. Active School Fundraising is a healthier, more active way to fundraise for your school, … Continue reading Get kids active and fundraise for your school too!
Here's a copy of the article from the Polar Walk in the Moscow Pullman Daily News
McDonald Elementary have had 2 moose twins hanging around their school this last week. They have been in town for the last month, wondering here and there. Apparently it might have been the mother that was hit on the Troy highway a few weeks ago, so the mother has not been seen with the twins. … Continue reading Moose in the area – educating kids what to do on their way to school
Safe Routes to School Moscow has a mini Bike Book Library! The books listed below are available for any schools to use and return to SR2S. Here are the books we have in the mini library.... SR2S Bike Book List Because I Could Not Stop My Bike Me and My Bike Made in the USA … Continue reading Bike Book Library
Summary written by Parent Leader Stacey Thornycroft... "Thank you for making the Polar Walk a part of our community SR2S. The 2016 Polar Walk was well attended & enjoyed by the students & parents of St. Mary's School. By count from entrants in our drawing and hot chocolate cups 65 students participated and at least … Continue reading Polar Walk 2016 @ St. Mary’s School
SR2S would like to remind parents, teachers and students to review safety procedures before everyone starts walking for Polar Walk again this year. Here is a list of some things to review with children as they prepare to walk to school in winter weather: walk in groups, know your route, safe street crossings, wear reflective … Continue reading 5 Tips to teach kids safe winter walking skills
Excitement is in the chilly air this year as students and volunteers get ready for the Polar Walk coming up on Feb. 3rd. Poster design by Cody Muir (U of Idaho Graphics Design student) Poster and Writing Challenge: Going off the cool story-book style design of the poster Cody Muir designed for us, we are … Continue reading Polar Walk 2016 coming up!
Thank you to everyone who came to our Stakeholder's meeting last week on Wednesday, Dec. 9th. We have a amazing group of people on our team! We felt it was a great success to have all these Moscow leaders in one room to discuss our Safe Routes to School program. 23 people attended. The meeting was … Continue reading Full house for our SR2S Stakeholder’s meeting 2015
We just got some really good news for the Safe Routes to School program nation-wide... Congress Locks In Funding for Safe Routes with New Five-Year Transportation Bill View this email in your browser Congress Locks In Funding for Safe Routes with New Five-Year Transportation Bill Today, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the Fixing America’s … Continue reading Congress Locks In Funding for Safe Routes with New Five-Year Transportation Bill