Walk and Bike to School Program is back!

--- Published on September 11th 2021 ---

Ditch the Drop off Line; Join the Walking School Bus

Did you know that every Wednesday an adult-supervised group walks students into school? There is no sign-up necessary, just drop your student off behind the Kohl’s parking lot between 7:15 AM and 7:25 AM. Look for our Parent Champion, Victoria Rodrigues in her orange apron and vest. The more students we have, the more fun it is so come get on the bus!

Walktober is Here!

Get your Trip Scanner Card out and getting walking. Classes that have 25% of students get scanned in at least once between 10/13 and 10/27will receive a class popsicle party, individual pop its, and a class game. The school with the highest participation will have a donation made in their honor to one of three environmentally focused charities! Make sure to get your card scanned by a parent in an orange apron for your participation to count. For information on how to get your trip scanner visit the Jibe Website! Lets’ go Natomas Park Elementary!!!

 Walking School Bus

The Walk and Bike to School Program is back! Register your student for a trip scanner card, walk or bike to school, and earn prizes. Live too far away to walk? You can park and walk at least 3 blocks to school or join our weekly Walking School Bus. It meets every Wednesday at 7:15 in the parking lot behind Kohls. Families can join the Walking School Bus or drop off their kids for this adult supervised walking group. Keep an eye out for the flyer or visit the Jibe Website for more information. Better yet, ask our Parent Champion, Victoria Rodrigues. She is out at the front gate every morning in an orange apron.

 Walk to School Program Volunteers Needed

Natomas Park’s Walk to School program is looking for volunteers! We could use help scanning kids in when they arrive at school in the morning or help walk kids to school with our Wednesday Walking School Bus. Please reach out to Victoria Rodrigues at [email protected] or look for her in the mornings in the orange apron.