Grant Funding for School Districts Currently Available

Applications Due January 21, 2016

Grant Purpose: To provide bicycle and pedestrian safety education to students in the 6th through 8th grade in up to 20 school districts across the state between January 2016—June 2017.


Grant Award Details: The grant award to school districts will range from $1,000 to $25,000 and may be used for curriculum resources, bicycles, a trailer for bicycle storage and transport, teacher training, and other essential services and equipment related to program implementation and evaluation.


Application Deadline: Please submit grant applications via iGrants Form Package 552 by Thursday, January 21, 2016.

Questions? For more information, please contact Sarah Sullivan at Sarah.sullivan@k12.wa.us or 360-725-6050.

Safety Education Training

Do you want your students to learn bike and pedestrian safety skills? Washington Bikes and Feet First provide 2-day trainings on how to teach the Bike and Pedestrian Safety Education Program in physical education classes.

Physical educaiton instructors, school staff, and involved parents learn how to teach an 8-lesson curriculum for middle school students. Skills range from basic bicycle handling, to traffic rules, to assessing the walking environment. The training is a mix of time in a classroom and time out on bikes.Often, trainings take place in your area to practice with local conditions.

Funding from the Washington State Department of Transportation currently allows us to provide several free trainings in 2013. If you are interested in having a training, please contact:

Seth Schromen-Wawrin
Seth@wabikes.org
206-224-9252 x301

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