The nationwide event is designed to promote physical activity and safe pedestrian skills.
Students will disembark from school buses at the intersection of Bradford and Forest Roads, and walk the remainder of the way to school along Forest Road, a distance of nearly a half-mile.
There will be no student drop-off at the building on that day. Parents should drop students off at the intersection of Bradford and Forest Roads by the gift and barber shops.
The Walk to School Day will be cancelled if it is raining.
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