Join us for two FREE webinars in June

Engaging Students with Disabilities in Safe Routes to School

Equity is a core principal of Safe Routes to School. How do we best ensure all types of walkers, riders, and rollers are provided access through Safe Routes to School? 

Please join us on  June 19th at10-11 AM PST | 1 -2 PM EST as we discuss language, policy, and practice that engages students of all ability levels in your program. Come ready to learn about resources available to support practitioners working towards the inclusion of students with disabilities in Safe Routes to School.

Speakers:

  • Chris Mackey, Information Specialist, National Center for Physical Activity and Disability
  • John Waterman, Executive Director, Programs to Educate All Cyclists
  • Sara Mazze, Safe Routes to School Program Manager, Transportation Department Eugene School District 4J
 

Making Strides 2018: A Look at Our State Report Cards

Join this webinar on June 27 at 2pm ET to learn about the Safe Routes to School National Partnership’s updated state report cards and report, Making Strides: 2018 State Report Cards on Support for Walking, Bicycling, and Active Kids and Communities. 

On this webinar you will learn more about the report cards, the changes we have seen since our last state report cards in 2016 and how you can use them to inspire action that creates places supportive of healthy, active children and communities. Staff from the National Partnership will walk through the report cards and delve into the core topic areas and indicators. 

Speakers: 

  • Michelle Lieberman, Senior Technical Assistance Manager, Safe Routes to School National Partnership 
  • Andy Pasillas, Field Services Manager, Safe Routes to School National Partnership 
  • Margo Pedroso, Deputy Director, Safe Routes to School National Partnership 
  • Sara Zimmerman, Program and Policy Director, Safe Routes to School National Partnership