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Student First: Traffic Safety Resources, Walk & Roll to School Day
Posted 10/5/22
students walking to school
international walk and roll to school dayMany FUSD schools are participating in International Walk and Roll to School Day, in partnership with Alameda County Safe Routes to Schools and the City of Fremont

International Walk and Roll to School Day (IWR2SD) is an annual event held by schools across the world to encourage students, caregivers, and the school community to walk, roll, or use other active modes of transportation to get to school. 

Participating schools tally the mode of transportation by which students arrive to school on IWR2SD by placing a sticker on a mode chart. Schools may also hand out prizes and host special guests from the community to cheer on students arriving at school. 

Many schools in FUSD are participating in IWR2SD, most on Wednesday, October 12, though some may celebrate on an alternate date. Look out for messages from the following participating schools for more information:

three people outside in front of school signPhoto from 2021 International Walk and Roll to School Day at Blacow Elementary, with Stephanie Jim from Alameda County Safe Routes to Schools, FUSD Superintendent CJ Cammack, and Blacow Elementary Champion Melissa Avery
  • Ardenwood Elementary
  • Blacow Elementary
  • Brier Elementary
  • Bringhurst Elementary
  • Brookvale Elementary
  • Cabrillo Elementary
  • Chadbourne Elementary
  • Durham Elementary
  • Forest Park Elementary
  • Glenmoor Elementary
  • Gomes Elementary
  • Grimmer Elementary
  • Harvey Green Elementary
  • Hirsch Elementary
  • Leitch Elementary
  • Maloney Elementary
  • Mattos Elementary
  • Millard Elementary School
  • Mission San Jose Elementary
  • Mission Valley Elementary
  • Niles Elementary
  • Oliveira Elementary
  • Parkmont Elementary
  • Patterson Elementary
  • Vallejo Mill Elementary
  • Warwick Elementary
  • Weibel Elementary
  • Hopkins Junior High
  • Walters Middle School
  • American High
  • Irvington High

On IWR2SD and every day, FUSD and the City of Fremont encourage drivers to be more aware and vigilant, and for our families to take a proactive stance on traffic safety.

The City has resources specific to each FUSD school, visit the Safe Routes to School webpage and select a school to find each school's Recommended Walking & Bicycling Routes.

 

Click here for a short video from the City on Safety Tips for Drivers, Parents and Children.

For over a decade, hundreds of schools across Alameda County have participated in IWR2SD. Click here to find more information about the program from Alameda County Safe Routes to Schools.

 


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