Volunteer with the Walking School Bus!

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We need YOU to help get students safely to school.

A Walking School Bus is a fun, safe way to for students to get to school as a group. Children walk with trained adult volunteers, called Route Leaders, along a recommended route to school. Children can join in the “bus” at pre-determined stops and times along the route.

Walking School Buses have many benefits, including:

  • Safety in adult-supervised, large groups
  • Increased amounts of physical activity among our youth
  • Reduced traffic congestion around school areas
  • Social benefits for children and volunteers
  • Families save time and money

How You Can Get Involved

Getting involved is easy. You can participate in the program by:

  • Become a volunteer and walk safely with students to school; engage students with learning opportunities or fun games along the way
  • Become a Walking School Bus Coordinator and help the program run smoothly
  • Help keep sidewalks clear for students to walk; remind your neighbors.
  • Promote the Walking School Bus to other families!

For more information about Walking School Bus programs or to get involved contact:

Morgan Miller at morgan.mil@riverstonehealth.org or 406-247-3276


Highlandhttps://uwyellowstone.galaxydigital.com/agency/detail/Highland Elementary/ McKinleyhttps://uwyellowstone.galaxydigital.com/agency/detail/McKinley Elementary/

Thank you for your interest!