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'Wheels' on the 'bus' are little - and big - feet

Walking School Bus takes off at Mead School

10:00 PM, Apr. 29, 2013
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The concept of a walking school bus might generate a mental image of children heading to school in a cardboard box painted to look like a bus.

That image isn't too far from the Walking School Bus, a pilot program at Mead Elementary Charter School in Wisconsin Rapids. The effort is part of a nationwide Safe Routes to School program, said Beverly Ghiloni, coordinator of the Wisconsin Rapids project.

"Safe Routes to School looks at the areas to try and find out and try and fix why parents are not allowing their kids to walk and/or ride their bikes to school," Ghiloni said. ...

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