PROTECT THE PLANET REDUCE TRAFFIC AROUND SCHOOL

GET SOME EXERCISE, AND HAVE FUN!

What's WOW? Getting to school using your own body power. Walking, jogging, running, bicycling/e-biking, unicycling, riding a scooter, rollerblading, skateboarding and jumping on a pogo stick all count. Be creative, and come up with your own mode!

 

Walk or Wheel (WoW!) days mostly will be the first Wednesday or Thursday of each month, starting at 7:50am North Campus and 8:00am South Campus. Be sure to check-in at the WoW! table for your participation to be recorded!

 

Every time you WoW!, you will receive one entry for the WoW! raffle drawings that will occur throughout the year. We will continue our Consistency Challenge this year, and all students who participate on every WoW! day (or miss just one day) will be recognized at the end of the year.

 

Early class (Mandarin, Choir) students, please check in by email your full name, teacher, grade & house to Hong Fang (North) or Sergey Kanyshchev (South). PM Kindergarten students, please check in with your teacher. 

 

North campus bike rack etiquette reminders – Our full bike racks are great, but if you arrive early (ex: middle schoolers), please park on the racks closer to the fence. Reserve the first 2 bike racks (closest to the flag pole) and the outer ends (by the walk way) of the other bike racks for younger students arriving for the 8:35am bell.

 

Questions? Please contact Hong Fang (North campus) & Sergey Kanyshchev (South campus) 8:00 am on South Campus 7:50am on North Campus.

 

This year’s dates:

 

TBD---- last year's days were:

  • Wednesday Oct 2 (National walk to school day)

  • Thu Nov 7

  • Thu Dec 5

  • Thu Jan 9

  • Thu Feb 6

  • Thu Mar 5

  • Thu April 2

  • Wednesday May 6 (National bike to school day)
     

IT IS ALWAYS A GREAT IDEA TO BE BIKING OR WALKING TO SCHOOL.


North campus bike rack etiquette reminders – Our full bike racks are great, but if you arrive early (ex: middle schoolers), please park on the racks closer to the fence. Reserve the first 2 bike racks (closest to the flag pole) and the outer ends (by the walk way) of the other bike racks for younger students arriving for the 8:35am bell.

 

 


IDEAS ON WHERE TO PARK AND WALK OR RIDE IF LIVING TOO FAR!

 

•        NORTH CAMPUS – church parking lot at 190 Jordan Ave. (0.3mi walk)

 

 

 

 

•        SOUTH CAMPUS - Heritage Oaks Park (corner of Portland and Miramonte), take Portland to Carmel Terrace and enter at the back of Blach (0.6mi walk).  

 

 

 

 

 

Thank you for your cooperation!

 

 

Questions? Please contact Hong Fang (North campus) & Sergey Kanyshchev (South campus) .

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