Bahia Vista Students Receive Bikes

Kent Students Dedicate Bench to SR2S Founders


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Congressional Awards Given to Safe Routes Teens

Over 50 Marin County students, parents and teachers attended our first Teen Ambassador Award and Celebration ceremony to honor the significant leadership and actions of students who have promoted green transportation and addressed street safety concerns in their communities this year. 


Certificates of Special Congressional Recognition signed by the Honorable Jared Huffman were presented to the clubs, classes and individuals who partner with Safe Routes to Schools' Teens Go Green Program. 


Initiatives created and implemented by middle and high school student leaders included: 

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A Rolling Walking School Bus

Hamilton parent Brentz Knipe rolls with kids walking to school in his wheel chair.

Bahia Vista Students Receive Bikes

The Safe Routes team delivered bikes and helmets to 26 students and some of their parents and siblings on May 15th at Bahia Vista Elementary School. This was possible due to the generosity of a six-student community service committee from Hall Middle School, who hosted the bike donation drive. Bikes from previous drives held at Mill Valley and Kent Middle Schools were also included.

Mike's Bikes loaned a truck to transport the bikes and City Cycle tuned and repaired the bikes for free, so they could be delivered in pristine shape to their new owners. The recipient families were so thrilled to have their new wheels!

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Family Ride Guide

Summer is almost here and when school is out it will be a perfect time to hone your biking skills with your family. Marin offers multiple opportunities for family biking adventures on or off road. There are unique pathways through towns, mountain bike rides for beginners, and even San Francisco adventures which will engage kids of all abilities

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Kent Students Dedicate Bench to Safe Routes Founders

Kent Middle School Eco Club students dedicated a bench in their garden to Safe Routes to Schools founders Wendi Kallins and Deb Hubsmith. The students raised the funds to purchase the bench and wanted to dedicate it to the program that inspired them to change their travel choices and those of their peers. They read letters and sang a song to thank Wendi and Deb for bringing the program to their school. See the video of the students.