Participating Schools

Alum Rock Union School District:
    Cesar Chavez
    Horace Cureton
    Linda Vista
    Mildred Goss
    O. S. Hubbard
    Thomas P. Ryan

Berryessa Union School District:
    Majestic Way
    Sierramont Middle

Cambrian School District:
    Fammatre Charter
    Ida Price Middle

Campbell Union School District:
    Monroe Middle

Charter School:
    Escuela Popular
    Rocketship Discovery Prep
    Rocketship Mosaic

Cupertino Union School District:

Evergreen School District:
    Bulldog Tech
    Carolyn Clark
    Cedar Grove
    Chaboya Middle
    Dove Hill
    James Franklin Smith
    Katherine Smith
    Leyva Middle
    Norwood Creek
    O.B. Whaley

Franklin McKinley School District:

Moreland School District:
    Country Lane
    Easterbrook Discovery
    George Payne

Mount Pleasant School District:
    Ida Jew Academy
    Mount Pleasant
    Robert Sanders
    Valle Vista

Oak Grove School District:
    Bertha Taylor
    Del Roble
    Julia Baldwin

San José Unified School District:
    Gardner Academy
    Willow Glen

Union School District:

Walk n’ Roll San José is funded by the Metropolitan Transportation Commission through its Climate Initiatives Program with the goal of increasing walking and biking to school, fostering a healthy and active lifestyle, and reducing traffic congestion and related air pollution, leading to a safer environment within school zones.

Your child's participation in this program will:

  • Instill healthy and active lifestyle behaviors by encouraging daily physical activity in a fun and social environment.
  • Improve community safety by increasing the visibility and number of students walking and biking to school.
  • Reduce traffic congestion around school zones while reducing air pollution and greenhouse gases.
  • Increase their sense of community.

Walk n’ Roll San Jose Offers the “Five E’s”:

  • Education Through bike rodeos, assemblies and other activities, the City will provide pedestrian and bicycle safety tips, information on the benefits of an active and healthy lifestyle, and highlight the positive impact students can have on their environment through biking and walking.
  • Encouragement The City will help school staff and parents organize fun activities to encourage students to walk and bike. These activities include Walking School Buses, Bike Trains, and special events such as International Walk to School Day, Bike to School Day, and monthly Walk/Bike to School Day events.
  • Engineering & Evaluation The City will use a community-based approach to identify improvements that would enhance suggested walking routes to each school. The City will utilize existing grant funds and City funds to address high priority needs.
  • Enforcement To increase the safety of all involved, the City will reinforce safe driving behavior in school zones through the collaborative efforts of the San José Police Department’s Operation Safe Passage and the Department of Transportation’s Parking and Traffic Compliance Team.

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Anna L. Le
Walk n' Roll Program Manager
Department of Transportation
(408) 975-3231