Kids Program
Project Ride Smart Project Ride Smart is a 5th grade driver's education program for bikes taught in North Natomas elementary schools but applicable to all areas
Safe Routes to Schools Basics Resources A Safe Routes to School program is an opportunity to make walking and bicycling to school safer and more accessible for children, including those with disabilities, and to increase the number of children who choose to walk and bicycle.
2017 MIBM School Flyer PDF 311.15kB
2017 MIBM School Form PDF 50.90kB
Ride Right Book Coloring & activities for kids PDF 1.22MB
Bicycle Safety: What Every Parent Should Know Tips and advice for adults who are teaching children how to ride safely PDF 697.11kB


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FAQ: How can I register my kids online in the Schools Challenge?
An adult (parent, guardian, school staff member, etc) must register as a normal user on the site, then attach one or more student registrations to their profile. This may be done during the registration process, or after the fact by logging in and clicking Edit Profile, then Add/Edit Students. When you go to input your miles, a dropdown menu with both the adult's and students' names willl appear so that you can indicate who rode the mileage.

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