Walk n’ Wheel Wednesdays and Fit Fridays are back at Shelby Elementary School! 

    The Shelby School District #14 Safe Routes to School Program will begin the spring walking/biking program on Wednesday, April 26, and will continue each Wednesday and Friday through May. 

    The Shelby SRTS Task Force has been working for over 17 years to create a fun, educational program encouraging our young people to walk and/or bike to school.

    Adults will be stationed at two locations: the former Shelby Middle School and intersection of Oilfield and Sheridan Avenues, leaving the Middle School at 7:35 a.m. and from the intersection at 7:45 a.m., on Wednesdays and Fridays. 

    Students biking MUST wear a helmet. Students who participate are entered into drawings at the end of the school year for prizes and every student receives a gift thanks to the Toole County DUI Task Force.

    The Shelby/School District #14 Task Force encourages parents to join their children while saving a little fuel. The Task Force always welcome parent/grandparents/guardians to join their kids and walk or bike. What better way to spend a few additional minutes with your children enjoying the fresh air and getting a little exercise along the way!

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