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Walk & Roll to School Day: Middle and High School Students

Walk & roll on October 6 for the planet – and to win prizes!

What if hundreds – maybe even thousands – of middle and high school students used human-powered ways to get to school on October 6?

San Francisco students would together:

  • Keep thousands of pounds of carbon dioxide out of our climate
  • Enjoy cleaner air thanks to less particulates from vehicle pollution
  • Inspire people across San Francisco to make more planet-friendly trips!

Students at SFUSD middle and high schools are invited to be part of International Walk & Roll to School Day in 2021 with a special event just for them.

All students have to do is share a few details from their walk or roll to school on Wednesday, October 6. Entry form will be live on this page the morning of October 6. NOTE: Entry form will be live on this page the morning of October 6.

We’ll draw the names of three participating students to win their choice of a pair of sneakers, rollerskates, micro scooter, or a skateboard!

Students: want to spread the word on Walk & Roll to School Day to your friends and school community? Here are graphics to use on social media and in your school’s newsletter.

Banner artwork was created by Annika, an 8th grader at James Denman Middle School, as part of a 2020 Walk & Roll to School art contest

Learn More

If you have questions, please contact Vernon Haney, Family & Schools Coordinator. 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

This project was made possible in part by Proposition K sales tax dollars provided by the San Francisco County Transportation Authority.