Safe Routes to School Spokane

Getting kids to school safely with the power of community

When it comes to the safest ways for kids to walk to school, neighbors and other adults can be great allies in helping protect kids. Safe Routes to School connects schools, parents, volunteers, and community members to ensure walks to school are fun and safe, including volunteers’ help in walking students to school. And walking to school, instead of being driven, can have far-reaching health and emotional benefits. With help from caring adults, more kids can arrive at school energized and ready to learn.

2,883 Students

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107 Miles

Distance walked on safe routes every day.

51 Volunteers

Volunteer when it is convenient!

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Spokane Regional Health District
1101 W. College Ave.
Spokane, WA 99201

509.324.1537

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News and Events

Walking School Buses Are a Go!

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The Fall 2016 Walking School Bus season has begun! This year our program kicked off with International Walk and Bike to School Day on October 5th at the following schools: Holmes Elementary Logan Elementary Seth Woodard Elementary Bemiss Elementary Please contact your school’s Safe Routes Liaison with specific questions about the program at your child's school. We still need more volunteers to be alternates to help walk children safely to school. Please contact Annie Szotkowski,…

Fall 2016 Challenge Begins August 30th at Logan and Bemiss

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Spokane is back in school! Parents will start to see Safe Routes Challenge Travel Logs sent home from school with students biweekly starting in September. Additional Safe Routes Logs are available in your school office and/or on the Safe Routes display board. Whether you are a parent or student, participating in the Challenge Program is easy! Parents can help their children circle the picture for how their student gets to school each day and remind their student to turn in their logs to…