Eckstein Middle School is one of the bikiest middle schools in the city in large part due to hard work from active parents who promote walking and biking. Some of the Walk.Bike.Schools parents and Eckstein Bikes are hosting a city-wide meeting to share information and ideas between school communities Monday (tonight, sorry for the late notice).
Interested in learning about bike and walk to school programs? Helping to grow a movement to get more kids walking and biking to schools all over Seattle?
Eckstein Bikes is happy to help host the second planning meeting to share info among schools and grow a city-wide network.
Walk.Bike.Schools Planning Meeting
June 18, 2012
7:00 – 8:30 pm
Bryant Elementary School
3311 NE 60th Street
Come share information and stories with other schools about what is working, and what are some of the challenges, with getting more of our kids walking and biking to school.
All parents and others interested in promoting biking and walking to school are welcome.
We will debrief on Bike to School Month, and chart out next steps for collaborating among schools on walk and bike programs. We can begin to look forward to the 2012-13 school year and more walking and biking fun and successes.
Please tell others you think might be interested.
Check out walkbikeschools.wordpress.com for more info about these growing programs across the city.
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