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SSFUSD Board Policy Safe Routes To School Program

National Center for Safe Routes to School

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Safe Passage Information

This section offers helpful tips to parents and children to keep students safe on their way to and from school, in their homes, in their neighborhoods before and after school, and throughout the school day.



A busy city like South San Francisco can present many dangers to children, especially elementary school students, as they walk home.



    Riding the bus has its own hazards, which students and parents can take steps to avoid.




    Special safety rules apply when children ride their bikes to and from school.



    Some situations arise that you sometimes can and can’t plan for. Here’s how to deal.




    It’s up to everyone to create a safe environment for students in their communities.