Safe Routes in Kalkaska: Surveys
Kids learning to move and moving to learn. When kids are physically active as part of ordinary life – like going to school or the park or the library or the beach – they inspire their parents, teachers, principals, neighbors to do the same. This is a powerful means to a happy, healthy, strong community.
Norte is working with community partners on identifying programs and infrastructure to support safe routes to school in Kalkaska. We want to help make walking, biking, and rolling to school safer, easier, and more fun. In order to that, we need community input from students and parents.
The following survey will take 5-8 minutes and will be used to assess community needs and to qualify for Safe Routes to School grants for three schools in Kalkaska (for some reason, high schools don’t qualify for funding….we don’t make the rules).
Please note, the surveys are specific to parents and students.
- Parents: Make sure to click the correct school or schools for all your children.
- Students in the 3rd-8th grade: Survey must be taken at school.
Speak up for safer, better connected and more walk/bike/roll friendly schools. Even if you drive to school every day, it is important that we hear from you. Everyone’s experience and perspective is needed.
If you have any questions, send us an email at email@example.com.
KALKASKA MIDDLE SCHOOL
KALKASKA CHERRY STREET INTERMEDIATE
KALKASKA BIRCH STREET ELEMENTARY
NO CHILDREN IN ANY OF THE SCHOOLS ABOVE?
Everyone’s input is appreciated. High School students and those who do not have children enrolled in a Kalkaska school listed above are invited to provide input at our Community Walk, Bike Survey. If you do have children in a Kalkaska school, please first take the appropriate survey above and then you are encouraged to also take Norte’s Community Walk, Bike Survey. The more input we collect the better.
Kalkaska Strong is made possible by grants from the Northern Michigan Community Health Innovation Region, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, the Grand Traverse Regional Community Foundation and Cherry Capital Cycling Club. The goal is to partner with local champions to weave a culture of health into the fabric of Kalkaska. Like you, we are committed to a healthier, happier, stronger Kalkaska.