Use the Carrollton GreenBelt to safely walk & roll to school!

Safe Routes to School focuses on improving the health and safety of children, as well as infrastructure improvements and student traffic education. The Carrollton GreenBelt trail system, which connects many neighborhoods with the city schools, provides a safe, convenient and fun opportunity for students to walk or bike to school. But the Carrollton GreenBelt isn’t the only safe route; download this map to find more.

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[tagline_box backgroundcolor=”#b2d383″ shadow=”yes” shadowopacity=”0.1″ border=”1px” bordercolor=”#ffffff” highlightposition=”top” content_alignment=”left” link=”https://www.carrolltoncityschools.net/parents/student-activities/walkbike-to-school” linktarget=”_blank” button_size=”small” button_shape=”square” button_type=”flat” buttoncolor=”darkgray” button=”Learn more” title=”Carrollton City Schools” description=”Walking or biking to Carrollton City Schools is safe and easy. Click on the link below to determine the safest routes to approach each school. There is a bicycle rack located at each school. Hay’s Mill and Target Trailheads on the Carrollton Greenbelt are only a 15 to 20-minute walk to the different schools and are an excellent location to park, walk and bicycle to school.
Please notify your student’s teacher if your student is a walker or bike rider.
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[t4p_tab title=”Park and Walk“]Live too far to walk or bike from home? No problem! Join parents at the Carrollton GreenBelt trailheads located at Target (off Highway 27 in McIntosh Plaza), Hays Mill Road (480 Hays Mill Road, immediately north of the Hays Mill Overlook subdivision) or the CVS on Maple Street.[/t4p_tab]
[t4p_tab title=”Grab ‘N’ Go school breakfast“]Everybody knows that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But not everyone has time to sit down and enjoy a healthy meal at home before school. Carrollton City Schools has a solution to that problem with its School Breakfast Program. Grab ‘N’ Go breakfast options are also available, so students can grab a nutritious breakfast and eat it in the classroom.[/t4p_tab]
[t4p_tab title=”Ready to walk and roll?“]To learn more about Safe Routes to School, visit www.carrolltoncityschools.net/parents or call Get Healthy, Live Well at 770.812.9871. Our Safe Routes to School program is funded in part by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).[/t4p_tab]
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