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Check out that curving bike path!

Biking has come to the 7-12 campus in Chagrin Falls!  After a year of discussions on how to make this a safe option for students, this year middle school and high school students will be permitted to cycle to school.  The image to the right shows the beginning of the construction of the bike lane […]

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Snow!

It’s winter.  Not officially, yet – but no one can deny that we’ve got the winter look with over a foot of snow on the ground and more on the way.  Keeping our sidewalks clear is a complex challenge.  At Safe Routes, we recognize that snow can stop student walkers in their tracks.  The first […]

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Walk to School Day 2010

Walk to School Day was very successful in 2010.  We had to cancel the first date scheduled because of heavy rain swamping the park.  Luckily, rescheduling to a Friday afternoon turned out to be fortuitous.  Our turn out was high from BOTH the Intermediate School and the Middle School.  It was so high, in fact, […]

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Fall Events Recap

This Fall has been filled with Safe Routes activities — so much so that we are exhausted.  🙂  We hope that your child enjoyed some of them.  Here is a round up of local news stories on the programs we’ve sponsored to kick start walking to school in Chagrin Falls.  (Articles to be added soon.)

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Bike Rodeo – Part II

On our next Early Release Day, the Ohio City Co-Op will be back with some on bike training. Download our informational flyer and permission slip from the link in the sidebar.   We hope your child can join us on October 12th from 2pm to 3:20pm in the CFIS parking lot. All CFIS students can sign […]

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Bike Rodeo Scheduled for September 14th

This year, as part of the Safe Routes to Schools initiative, all CFIS students are being offered a FREE  “Bike Safety 101” course to encourage them to safely ride their bikes to school. This optional elective will be held in two parts: the first part will be on the first Early Release Day, Sept. 14th […]

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