Public schools are responsible for students’ safe travel¬†to and from school facilities. Traffic and neighborhood safety are frequent concerns for school administrators and staff.

Elitha Donner Elementary No U-Turn Cones.

The EGUSD Safe Routes to School Program can provide assistance to help make travel to and from your school safer through:

  • On-site traffic observations
  • Organization of “Walk Audits,” a formal, multi-stakeholder review of transportation infrastructure around school sites
  • School safety assemblies
  • Provision of school-site data on injuries and mode of transportation rates
  • Training for Walking School Bus leaders
  • Coordination of bike helmet safety education
  • Assistance with encouragement and education events like Walk to School Day, Bike to School Day, bike rodeos, and Active4me setup
School Traffic Safety

Guide to Student Drop-off and Pick-up

Crossing Guard Best Practices

California School Crossing Guard Training Guidelines


CA Pedestrian and Bicycle Safety Curriculum for Grades 4 and 5 

EGUSD Board Policy on SRTS

BP 5142.2 – Adopted in January 2010, this EGUSD Board Policy sets forth support for SRTS and a commitment to developing a district-wide SRTS program.