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Submitted by on Fri, 09/14/2012 - 15:22
photo: Bailey Monson
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Student  Neighborhood Access ProgramThere is growing concern about the safety of children who walk or bike to school. Fewer children walking and biking to school today has resulted in increased traffic congestion around schools and decreased the number of healthy activities children participate in.   The Student Neighborhood Access Program (SNAP)™ provides tools and resources to assist in the planning, education and encouragement of students safely walking and biking to school based on goals set by the federal Safe Routes to School (SRTS) program.  Friday September 19 Hobble Creek had an assembly from SNAP a, a program associated with the Utah Department of Transportation.  The group talked about traveling to and from school safely.    There is a map on this website for the safe route to school.  It is under the School Community Council page at the bottom.