Suggested Walk Paths

As outlined in School Board Policy 8100 students whose primary residence is within one mile of their schools walk route qualify as walkers to their school. Per WAC 392-151-025 we have developed suggested walking paths for elementary students.

Suggested route plans shall be developed for each elementary school that has students who walk to and from school. It shall recommend school routes based on considerations of traffic patterns, existing traffic controls, and other crossing protection aids such as school patrols. These route plans shall limit the number of school crossings so that students move through the crossings in groups, allowing only one entrance-exit from each block to and from school. The route to school plan shall be available on the district website for all parents to discuss with their students.

Choose a school below to view the recommended walking path. If a school is not listed below, all students are bussed to that school. Walking Recommendations.

National Center for Safe Routes to School Information Sheet 

Elementary Schools

 
Arrowhead Lockwood
Canyon Creek  Maywood Hills
Cottage Lake Elementary  Moorlands
Crystal Springs Shelton View
East Ridge Sunrise

Fernwood

Wellington
Frank Love Westhill
Hollywood Hill Woodin Elementary

Kenmore

Woodmoor (north of NE 160th St.)
Kokanee Woodmoor (south of NE 160th St.)
   

Middle Schools

 
Canyon Park Middle School Skyview Middle School
Kenmore Timbercrest
Leota  
Northshore (north of NE 160th St.)  
Northshore (south of NE 160th St.)  
   

High Schools

 
Bothell High School Woodinville
Inglemoor  North Creek

How to start a Walking School Bus

When parents are reluctant to allow their children to walk to school, safety is one of the most common reasons given. Providing adult supervision can help address safety concerns for families who live within walking distance to school, and a walking school bus program seeks to do just that along with a healthy dose of fun.

Walking School Bus Training Module