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What We’re Reading 3/22/19

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Video Voice Kicks off at Will C. Wood Middle School

Through a year-long Safe Routes to School program at Will C. Wood Middle School, WALKSacramento has begun working with students in the After School Education and Safety Program (ASES) to do Video Voice projects. Video Voice elevates student voices through video projects, providing students with a platform to discuss and advocate for change in their communities.  Many …

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Sacramento Area Schools Celebrate International Walk to School Day

Throughout the month of October, Sacramento residents will be lacing up their walking shoes to celebrate the October is Walking Month or “Walktober”.  With cooler weather in the forecast, October is the perfect month to get out and walk to work, school, or replace a car trip with walking to an everyday destination.   Held on …

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Walking School Bus Training Builds Capacity to Address Chronic Absenteeism in Sacramento City Unified

In Sacramento, schools are looking to Safe Routes to School programs as a way to address one of the biggest barriers to student achievement – chronic absenteeism. Chronic absenteeism – when students miss 10% or more of the school year – has significant impacts on students, schools, and the community as a whole. Students who …

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