Walking and cycling to school is the healthy option
Friday, October 10 students from Ken Danby PS and Holy Trinity CS marked “International Walk to School Month” by walking to school with parents, school board staff, trustees, Guelph city staff, Guelph police officers, Guelph Mayor Karen Farbridge and Hon. Liz Sandals, Minister of Education. The Upper Grand District School Board is one of several stakeholders in the Wellington Dufferin Guelph Active and Safe Routes to School (ASRTS) Committee. The ASRTS Committee is involved in the promotion of different initiatives across the jurisdiction to encourage students to choose active modes of travel to school (i.e. walking, cycling).