Alert Today Florida and the Jacksonville Jaguars have teamed up with three Duval County Middle Schools to kick-off the first ever Bicycle Safety 365 Challenge. The Bicycle Safety 365 Challenge is a four week program proving in-class bicycle safety lessons to all sixth grade students at participating middle schools. Each week a different bicycle safety lesson will be taught in-class; in addition, the teachers will host safety activities for exciting applied learning. Schools will have the opportunity to earn points each week. By the end of the fourth week, the school with the most points (yards) will win! Visit this page during the four week challenge to see the schools earn points and move down the field for a touchdown!
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JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS FOUNDATION HOST HONOR ROWS KICKOFF AT PACE CENTER FOR GIRLS
The Jacksonville Jaguars Foundation along with the Florida Department of Transportation’s “Alert Today Alive Tomorrow” campaign hosted an Honor Rows kickoff event at PACE Center for Girls, Jacksonville. Honor Rows is a nationally recognized program that provides seats at Jacksonville Jaguars home games as an incentive to encourage youths to set and achieve ambitious but realistic personal development goals. As a way of earning their seat to the Honor Rows, students at PACE Center for Girls were challenged to create their own pedestrian and bicycle safety campaign and to share the campaign with their peers.
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