Students to take ‘walking school bus’

by | Oct 6, 2009

Some students at West Woodland Elementary will be taking the “walking school bus” on Wednesday as part of the International Walk to School Day. West Woodland organizer Malva emails that there will be twelve “school buses” walking to school tomorrow with kids and parent leaders, so be on the lookout when you’re on the road. “The event highlights the benefits of walking or bicycling to school for health, for the environment, and to promote safe routes to schools for pedestrians and cyclists,” she writes, “As West Woodland students arrive tomorrow, they will be greeted with a Great Harvest bread stick.”

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