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Let’s get rolling! Join students and teachers across the province in celebrating Bike to School Week from May 28th to June 1st. The week beginning on the last Monday of May is the official Bike to School Week at the TDSB.

About the event:

Bike to School Week is a celebration of active transportation and biking and builds on the success of Bike Month (May 28th - June 30th). Schools participate in Bike to School Week by encouraging their students to walk and roll to school, and by holding events both inside and outside the classroom to promote the benefits of active transportation.

How to register:

Visit the Bike to School week website and complete the registration form. Be sure to register soon! TDSB schools that register by Friday, May 4th, will be eligible to receive a large reusable Trip Tracking Poster (while supplies last). The tracking poster will help recognize students who come to school by an active mode of transportation and to count their trips.

Schools that register their events and complete the school reporting survey by Friday, June 15th will receive a certificate of participation.

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