Redmond students get to school by walking, biking and sharing the ride!

About the Redmond SchoolPool Program

The Redmond SchoolPool program encourages students and their families to "Walk and Roll" when traveling to their neighborhood school in October and May!

By leaving the car behind, we're reducing neighborhood traffic congestion and local air pollution, and providing our students with a safe, healthy way to get to school. Whether you walk, roll, or share the ride, you can help make a difference today. 

The Redmond SchoolPool program works with Lake Washington School District schools located in Redmond to provide marketing materials, education on alternative commuting safety topics, and ideas for events like Walk to School Days, to encourage a reduction in drive alone trips to school. Through participation in SchoolPool, schools can also raise money for their school or PTSA, and earn free incentives for their students. 

Learn about starting a Walking School Bus

Provide Feedback about SchoolPool Program/Routes

Benefits of Walking and Biking to School

Traffic Safety Tips for Students

Organize a Kid's Bike Rodeo



Resources for Schools and PTSA Members

Participating Schools

  • Horace Mann Elementary (since fall 2014)

  • Norman Rockwell Elementary (since fall 2014)

  • Ben Rush Elementary (since spring 2015)

  • Rose Hill Middle School (since spring 2015)

  • Einstein Elementary (since spring 2015)

  • Audubon Elementary (since fall 2015)

  • Redmond Elementary (since fall 2015)

  • Redmond Middle School (since spring 2017)

  • Redmond High School (since spring 2017)

  • Clara Barton Elementary (since Fall 2018)

If your school is not currently participating, but would like to, just contact us to let us know!


For Your School: 

  • Your school's PTSA can earn up to $1,500 per school year
  • Funding is based on participation rates & number of returned, completed tracking calendars

For Your Student:

  • Students can earn rewards, like a free cookie from Hoffman's Bakery, at the end of the challenge!
  • Safety resources on Walk to School Day