Our program seeks to improve the health of our communities by increasing the safety of children walking, bicycling, and actively traveling to school.
The 4 (E)lements of Safe Routes to School Education - Education activities target parents, neighbors and other drivers in the community to teach students how to walk and bicycle safely and the benefits of doing so. Encouragement - Encouragement strategies can often be started by parents, teachers, school administrators and others relatively easily with little cost and a focus on fun. Enforcement - students, parents, school personnel, adult school crossing guards, and law enforcement work together to maintain the culture of safety when walking and biking to and from school. Engineering - Transportation engineers, city planners and architects use methods to create safer settings for walking and bicycling while recognizing that a roadway needs to safely accommodate all modes of transportation.
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Chesterfield County Public Schools Safe Routers are absolutely S☀️ excited for the beautiful weather this week! Reminder that Wellness Wednesdays kick off this Wednesday, March 11th👟🚲
Today is the perfect day to go to the park, take a walk with your friends or family, or go for a bike ride! What are you doing on this beautiful Sunday?
Hello Everyone! Welcome to the Chesterfield County Safe Routes to School page! I am so excited to share information on alternative transportation, upcoming SRTS events, and local SRTS success stories! Stay connected with CCPS-SRTS by liking our page today! For more Safe Routes to School information please contact: Brooke Mahan Safe Routes to School Coordinator for CCPS email@example.com