Anyone can participate in the Way to Go! Challenge as part of specific events throughout the year. Adults 18-and-older can track their transportation trips through the Go! Vermont App. Stay tuned for upcoming events open to all.
October 5th - 16th - Way to Go! Fall School Challenge
Any school that pledges to participate in this challenge will receive a pack of fun mini-erasers to incentivize student participation in your event. We will provide enough for each child in your school.
Once you record your event, you will be entered to win:
One of three pairs of ski passes to a ski resort local to you
Ten pairs of Darn Tough socks!
Getting active and outside is so important to students’ health and wellbeing (yours as well!). This challenge provides the perfect excuse to motivate your students to get outside and PLAY. While we will always give credit for a traditional Winter Walk/Bike to School event, this year we’re offering credit for remote and alternative walking/biking events. This year, any event where you got kids outside, exploring their neighborhoods, or even just moving meaningfully, will count.
Pledge to participate in a Winter Walk/Bike Event here: Winter Walk/Bike Event Pledge Form
Thank you to the 25 schools who have pledged to participate! We look forward to seeing your submissions!
We’ve compiled a starting list of some ideas for remote Winter Walk events here!
For more information, download our Winter Walk & Bike School Challenge pdf by clicking on the image below:
Way to Go! is excited to offer schools cases of 500 masks for students and a fun art project to decorate masks and celebrate green transportation.
The free case of masks includes:
- 500 white double cotton masks
- Activity instructions and inspiration
- Colorful non-toxic fabric pens
For more information, download our one-page PDF here:
Send in your photo submissions by March 15, 2021. Photo submissions should be sent to [email protected]
23 schools have signed up to participate in the Mask Up Art Project. We are looking forward to seeing the creative art pieces students create!
This year-long program for K-12 schools in Vermont encourages students, staff, and teachers to rethink travel behavior for cleaner air and less fossil fuel consumption. Find cheaper, healthier, and safer ways to school and have fun in the process.
This year, all activities are the same amount of points. Head to the Get Started page to pick a track of activities or choose from the complete list.
Check to see if your school is already participating here. If your school isn't listed, you can get involved by signing up:
Check out the list of activities and start taking action! Make sure to log your school's activities to earn points towards your total:
- Way to Go! School Challenge PDF
- Way to Go! for All Vermonters PDF