Safe Routes To School - Education

SRTS offers the tools students need to be smart, safe pedestrians and bicyclists through a combination of training sessions, school assemblies, workshops, videos, and printed materials. We also have resources available for parents/guardians, educators, and community stakeholders that include webinars, lesson plans, videos, and other materials for download.

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Webinar Recordings

Every year, the MassDOT Safe Routes to School Program hosts webinars covering a variety of topics. You can view a full history of our webinars from the last five years on the webinar recordings page.

Pedestrian and Bike Safety Resources

Safe Routes to School offers a variety of bike and pedestrian safety education resources for schools, students, and families. Visit our pedestrian and bike safety resource page to learn more.

DESE-accredited Health & Wellness Professional Development

MassDOT’s Safe Routes to School offers a 10-hour DESE-accredited Health & Wellness Professional Development program on its Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Curriculum that includes in-person and self-paced learning modules. It may be taken in its entirety or parts thereof. It is geared towards Health & Wellness Teachers, Teacher leaders, School Administrators (Principals, Assistant Principals, Curriculum Directors, etc.), Nurses, Coaches, Paraprofessionals, and Advocates/Community Partners. Adoption of our DESE-approved Health & Wellness curriculum allows for a more equitable and sustainable lesson model across a school district.

Driver Education Resources

Safe Routes to School produces an annual backpack flyer centered around driving safety. These flyers are available in multiple languages and cover a variety of topics. Visit our driver education page to learn more.

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