to Promote Walking to School, http://www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/dnpa/kids
walk/pdf/kidswalk.pdf (pg. 61), displays a sample of a parent survey that can be used to shape your own community’s unique Walking School Bus.
Getting School and Community Support "Walking and Bicycling to School: Community Presentation." Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, http://www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/dnpa/kids
walk/resources.htm, offers a sample slide presentation that can be presented to a neighborhood, school, or community to increase knowledge and interest in participating in a Walk & Bicycle to School program.
International Walk to School Events
The official website of International Walk to School Month, http://www.iwalkto
school.org, shows worldwide support for the program and can be shared with others in the local community to create momentum for the program.
"Safe Routes to School Online Guide: Engineering, school route maps and the tools to create them." National Center for Safe Routes to School, http://www.saferoutesinfo.org/saferoutes
maps_and_the_tools_to_create_them.cfm, assists in planning out a Walking School Bus route in your community.
"KidsWalk-to-School: Pedestrian Safety." Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, http://www.cdc.gov/nccdphp/
dnpa/kidswalk/pedestrian_safety.htm (pg. 37) and "Walking School Bus: Guidelines for Talking to Children about Pedestrian Safety." Pedestrian and Bicycle Information Center, http://www.walking
schoolbus.org/safety.pdf, provide helpful safety tips when planning your own Walking School Bus.