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WCSO takes part in Walk to School Day with School District and others

Wakulla Superintendent Bobby Pearce and Sheriff Charlie Creel joined staff, parents and students from Crawfordville Elementary School on Monday, May 6 as they participated in a Walk-to-School Day event. This year the students, parents, administrators, community leaders and teachers started their walk in the Audubon Forest Subdivision.

With the kick-off to summer right around the corner, The Walk-to-School Day was designed to emphasize the importance of physical activity among children, pedestrian safety, traffic concerns, as well as walking and bicycling safety. The event was a cooperative venture between the School District Transportation Department, Crawfordville Elementary School, Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office, Wakulla Community Traffic Safety Team (CTST) and the Florida Department of Transportation District Three Safety Office. Participating students received school supplies including backpacks, notebooks and pencils for participating in the event.
 
Pictured: Superintendent Bobby Pearce, Sheriff Charlie Creel, Undersheriff Trey Morrison, Sgt. Billy Jones, Crawfordville Principal Angie Walker, Teacher Frankie Harvey, Transportation Coordinator Pat Jones and Crawfordville Elementary School students and parents.

 

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