Beach Cities Health District’s Walking School Bus program rolled into elementary schools in the Beach Cities in 2010 and has since spread to include hundreds of participating students. Each year, Walking School Bus participants log thousands of miles, save unnecessary car trips and burn excess calories – while also gaining valuable social connection and interaction with their peers.
How does it work?
Two or more trained adult volunteers safely guide students and parents along designated “bus” routes to school – which are carefully selected/mapped by BCHD, school administrators, and local police for accessibility and safety.
International Walk to School Day
The 22nd annual International Walk to School Day in on Wednesday, October 2, 2019! Beach Cities Health District will be walking to school with all of the elementary schools in the beach cities and giving out prizes for students who walk to school that day.
Interested in volunteering?
Fill out our volunteer interest form HERE. Volunteering just one hour a week can benefit you, your children and your school.
Interested in having your child walk with the Walking School Bus?
Currently, Birney, Madison and Tulita have active Walking School Bus routes. To have your child participate, please review the route maps below and then register your child HERE.
Returning students will need to re-register for Walking School Bus each year.
- Birney Walking School Bus route map
- Madison Walking School Bus route map
- Tulita Walking School Bus route map
For more information, please contact:
School Health Programs Coordinator
(310) 374-3426, ext. 125
Want to start a new route in your neighborhood?