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Two Feet Tuesday

girl scanning Trip Scanner card into computer, bikes and safety sign in background 

For more info, visit Jibe.org

How it works:
  1. Trip Scanner Card
    1. All students that walk, bike, scoot, or skate to school can get a free Trip Scanner Card.
    2. Students earn virtual money called Boot Bucks every day they walk to school. Boot Bucks can be spent on cool prizes at the Boot Buck Store, set up on campus four times a year!
    3. Keep the Trip Scanner Card and use it year after year
  2. Benefits
    1. Parents can receive a text or email when a student arrives on campus and scans in.
    2. Students use their cards to participate in Walktober and Polar Bear March.
    3. Monitor the impact students make by walking and biking to school.
  3. Students can get their card scanned if they:
    1.  Walk from home.
    2. Join a Walking School Bus.
    3. Park and walk from at least three blocks away.
parent volunteers at Jibe Boot Bucks table       parents at Jibe scanning station    

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Throughout the school year, Jibe creates campaigns, challenges, and promotions to re-energize and encourage more kids to walk or bike to school.
 
Walk to School Day Celebrations
This international campaign gives children, parents, teachers and community leaders an opportunity to be part of a global movement to celebrate the benefits of walking. We host breakfast parties for participating students and families at our program schools.
 
Walktober
This month-long campaign celebrates and awards children for ditching the car and walking to school. Students track the number of trips they walk to school with a school goal to "walk" the length of the United States.
 
Polar Bear March
This springtime challenge inspires and empowers students to make positive environmental change. The grade level with the highest percentage of students walking to school will celebrate by "adopting" a polar bear through the organization Polar Bears International.
 
May is Bike Month
This regional campaign encourages people to choose bicycling fro all types of trips, including work, school, errands, and recreation. Students and teachers record their trips, and students who have ridden receive a prize. All schools in North Natomas are entered into the region-wide competition on mayisbikemonth.com. North Natomas schools are always ranked at the top!