BVSD Trip Tracker encourages and rewards students and families for using alternatives to single family car transportation to BVSD schools. The program goal is to significantly reduce car traffic and associated air pollution in front of schools thereby enhancing student safety and health.
The National Center for Safe Routes School has some great information on the importance and benefits of walking or biking to school including this infographic . Please check out what they have to say by clicking on this LINK.
Students are rewarded monthly for walking, biking, carpooling and riding either the school bus or RTD. Students receive Trip Tracker dollars that can be used like cash at over 50 local businesses.
If your school is on the list of participating schools below, you can register your children on this website and download monthly calendars to keep track of their trips back and forth to school. At the end of the month, participating families receive an email for each registered student asking them to report their total number of trips for the month via a simple survey (available on the website). We crunch the numbers and deliver boxes of Trip Tracker Dollars to each school to be distributed by parent volunteers to trip tracking students.
If your school is not on the list and you'd like to explore participating for the coming year, please contact email@example.com to discuss possible next steps.
Students earn one Trip Tracker Dollar for every five 'Green Trips' trips to or from school. They earn an additional dollar for each twelve miles of walking or biking.
Along with our list of over 50 participating businesses where you can spend your dollars like cash, this year we are offering a short list of great local non-profit organizations that you can choose to support with your dollars. You can choose to donate your dollars through the monthly survey OR you can mail as many of yourTrip Tracker dollars as you please directly to them at the addresses provided. You can click HERE to read about these organizations or click on the organization to go to it's website.
Art Parts Creative Reuse Center (2870 Bluff St., Boulder 80301)
Boulder Bear Coalition (3024 6th St, Boulder, CO 80304)Boulder Food Rescue (P.O. Box 284, Boulder, CO 80306)
Boulder Mountainbike Alliance (P.O. Box 4954, Boulder, CO 80306-4954)Community Cycles (2805 Wilderness Pl #1000, Boulder, CO 80301)
Cultiva Youth Project at Growing Gardens -- (P.O. Box 1066, Boulder, CO 80306)
Green Star Schools Program at Eco-Cycle, (P.O. Box 19006, Boulder, CO 80308)Greenwood Wildlife Rehabilitation Center (P.O. Box 18987, Boulder, CO 80308)
Growing Up Boulder (Mara Mintzer, Growing Up Boulder, University of Colorado, UCB 314, Boulder Co 8030)
Sister Carmen Community Center (655 Ridge Dr., Lafayette, CO 80026)
All trip tracker dollars collected by local businesses or donated to one of the non-profits mentioned above are reimbursed by Trip Tracker at 50 cents on the dollar. All of these dollars are fund raised each year with support coming from GO Boulder, Program Fees paid for by participating school PTO/As, parent fund raising and the Annual Trip Tracker Auction. We are always looking for additional funding so that we can make the program available to more schools.
If you'd like to find out more about Trip Tracker, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Experimac -1468 Pearl St. Doubles your dollars up to $100 total and then donates all TT dollars to No Student Hungry Program
Skirt Sports - 2795 Pearl #102 - $50 limit
Lucky's Market - SoBo Table Mesa - $10 limit
Spruce Cafe - 4740 Pearl Parkway
All Boulder Rec Centers - East, South and North
Meta Skateboards - 1505 Pearl St., $20 limit
Art Parts - 2870 Bluff St. Boulder, $50 limit
Fleet Feet Sports - 2624 Bdwy, Boulder, $50 limit
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