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Start Your Very Own Frequent Walker Program!

Walking programs encourage students to walk before, during or after school by making it fun and rewarding.  Programs vary by school, but most either encourage students to walk to school, or the activities are conducted on the school grounds before school, during recess, or at lunch.  Students track their participation by utilizing a punch card or a different method of tracking their participation such as a pedometer.  More information on planning, organizing, and implementing a Frequent Walker Program can be found in this document.

Toolkits containing student incentives are available to schools participating in the East Central Regional SRTS Program. A list of the incentives can be found here.  To register your school to receive a Frequent Walker Program Toolkit please fill out the form below. The deadline to sign up for the Frequent Walker Program is Wednesday September 6th, 2017.

Contact Name (required)

Contact Title

Email (required)

Phone (required)

School Name (required)

School District (required)

Please provide a brief description what you are planning for your Frequent Walker Program.

Location (at school/on campus or to/from school) (required)

What grade(s) are participating?

How many people are participating (students, faculty, guests)? (required)

Would you like to receive a Frequent Walker Program Toolkit containing student incentives?
(only schools in the East Central Regional SRTS Program)

If yes, please provide an address:

Can SRTS contact you for other opportunities (blog post, social media sharing, video testimonials, etc.)? (required)

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Staff at East Central can also assist you with other aspects of implementing your Frequent Walker Program.  Identifying the best routes for students to walk to school, mapping of potential remote drop-off locations, or providing a large map of the United States that can be used to track participation are a few of the services that can be provided.  For more information, or if you have any questions, please contact a member of the SRTS staff.

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