Educating youth about traffic safety since 1983!
Safe Moves educates students about traffic safety, and empowers them to practice safe walking, bicycling and driving habits, improving their health and well-being and that of their communities.
Safe Moves is a non-profit organization reaching thousands of students, teachers and parents every year throughout California. Through dozens of diversified and individualized programs such as Safe Routes to School, Walking & Biking Programs and Safe Moves City, students learn all aspects of traffic, pedestrian and bicycle safety, inspiring them to be safe by being aware.
With over 400,000 elementary school children in the Los Angeles Unified School District, we need innovative programs to reach these kids. Safe Moves fits the bill each and every year with their traffic safety program.
The kids love it, the teachers love it and it works. Safe Moves knows how to teach traffic safety in a fun, effective and entertaining way.
Safe Moves has saved thousands of lives among our youngest citizens in schools throughout California.
The City of Rancho Cucamonga’s Safe Routes to School staff continues to value the partnership that has been fostered with Safe Moves and is in support of funding so that they can continue to promote their mission of creating a safer, better environment for families to walk, bike and roll.
In conclusion, the Montague staff and parent community agrees that the Safe Moves educational programs has provided important skills that our students benefit from and can apply to their everyday life. We are hopeful that the Safe Moves program can continue to engage and support our students.
Multi-award winner Safe Moves was founded by Pat Hines in 1983 and is considered one of the leading authorities in the country on traffic safety education for children and teens.
I would like to express my appreciation for the Safe Moves programming that has supported our school over the last several years. At Warm Springs Elementary School, our 3rd-6th grade students have participated in the bicycle, scooter, and pedestrian safety assemblies and rodeos. The rodeos, specifically, have not only been a big hit with students, but the teachers have appreciated the engaging and relevant learning experiences.