Walk & Roll Week: October 26-30, 2020
Celebrating Getting Around in People-Powered Ways!
Each October, thousands of kids at schools across San Francisco walk, scoot, and bicycle to school as part of International Walk & Roll to School Day.
With most students learning remotely this fall, we created five days of activities to celebrate getting around in people-powered ways like on foot, bicycle, and scooter. Walk & Roll Week proved to be a great alternative this year, with students and classrooms at 29 schools participating.
While Walk & Roll Week is officially over, you can still get your passport to do the activities. Plus, the art contest is still open!
One More Way to Celebrate: Art Contest
The San Francisco Safe Routes to School Partnership is holding an art contest for all SFUSD students K-12 to help celebrate Walk & Roll Week. Students can enter their artwork via email to be considered for one of 4 custom Timbuk2 backpacks with reflective striping. One grand prize winner’s art will be featured in Walk & Roll to School Day 2021 promotions! Entries are due by 11:59PM Monday, November 30, 2020.
If you have questions, please contact Sam Kwan, Family & Schools Coordinator at Walk SF. Walk SF is proud to lead Walk & Roll Week as part of our role in the San Francisco Safe Routes to School Partnership.
The San Francisco Safe Routes to School partners include:
The San Francisco Safe Route to School Program is here to encourage families to stay engaged, active, and healthy during this challenging time. For more information, visit sfsaferoutes.org.
This project was made possible in part by Proposition K sales tax dollars provided by the San Francisco County Transportation Authority.