Safe Routes to School

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    To encourage healthy habits and reduce traffic congestion around nearby schools, Irving ISD, in cooperation with the Irving Police Department, has designated various Irving city streets as “Safe Routes” for elementary and middle school students to use when walking or biking to and from school.  Students are also receiving walking/biking safety lessons in physical education. 


    Please help by encouraging your children to participate in Irving ISD’s Safe Routes to School Program!


    See the “Safe Routes to School” maps below for more information.

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Safe Route Maps

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    Jenny's Neighborhood! is a fun & educational game that teaches basic bicycle safety skills. Players dodge obstables and practice looking right and left at the intersections and signalling turns and stops.


    Jenny’s Neighborhood is part of the pilot program Texas in Motion that offers digital bike safety education for kids.


    Texas in Motion is a suite of digital learning tools for 4th-6th grade, created with funding from the Safe Routes to School program of the Texas Department of Transportation.


    Texas in Motion satisfies T.E.K.S. for  Technology Applications, Texas History, and Contemporary Social Issues combined with key bicycle safety skills and education.


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