Cliff Drive teacher Nicole Cooper with the HUB Cycling award. The students at Cliff Drive Elementary took on the challenge in signing up for Bike to School Week and their efforts have been rewarded.
The school was presented with a HUB Cycling Award last week taking home the Top First Time School Award as HUB handed out its 10 th Annual Bike Awards.
More than half of the students at Cliff Drive took on the challenge and signed up for Bike to School Week, which took place in May 2022. They recorded a grand total of 589 trips over five days.
“My Grade 3 / 4 class played a leadership role in encouraging students throughout the school to take part in Bike to School Week,” said Cliff Drive teacher Nicole Cooper. “In addition to making posters and morning announcements, they went from class-to-class to collect the number of students participating, handed out stickers, and recorded the data. Students then got to display their stickers on our hallway bulletin board, which built physical health and bike safety awareness, and community spirit. It was great to see how excited students were to take part.”
Winners of this year’s HUB Cycling Awards were selected based on their effort and investment in the following areas: commitment to cycling education, buildings with bike-friendly amenities, commitment to bike-related research, event and advocacy initiatives, cycling infrastructure improvements, and event participation in Go by Bike Week, Bike to School Week, and Bike to Shop.
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