Helping kids start their day in a fun, active way!

Are you a Walk 'n Roller?

We encourage kids to bike, walk, skate and scoot to school more frequently:

• Walk/Bike to School Days • Bike Safety Festivals (Bike Rodeos)
• Safe Routes to School Education and Encouragement Programs

International Walk to School Day is October 7

Download our Event Planner Today HERE!

Together, let’s get your kids Walking and Rolling to School in 5 Easy Steps!



Most children simply do not get enough exercise. Only 13% of children walk or bike to school today (compared to 66% in 1970). Worse, approximately only 10% of children ages 6-10 get the recommended 60 minutes of activity a day.

Walking and biking to school may be the easiest way to reverse these trends. And why not? Kids love walking and riding bikes to school. They have fun, get to hang out with their friends and arrive at school ready to learn. It’s a great way to start their day.

Walking school bus

When kids learn how to safely and responsibly walk and bike to school, they also learn life lessons that not only help them be better members of the community, but better stewards of the future. Walking and biking to school also:

  • Builds confidence
  • Creates safer communities
  • Develops healthier, more sustainable environments
  • Helps children arrive energized and ready to start their day in class
  • Reduces traffic and congestion around schools
  • Teaches life skills: safe habits, good decision making and responsibility
  • Helps children develop deeper community awareness

Start HERE for help getting your school Walkin’ and Rollin’

Visit our 5 Steps to Success page for easy step-by-step tips or contact us for more information.


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Walk ‘n Rollers is a Project of LACBC

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