Points, Awards & Prizes

Earn Points and Win Prizes!


Point Levels:

You’ll automatically receive incentives and be eligible for certain prizes as you achieve each level.  The more points you collect, the more incentives you'll earn, and the more prizes you'll be eligible for!

Below are just a few of the planned incentives and prizes for 2018-2019. Check back often as more rewards are announced.

Sign up 

  • A start-up kit, including the latest "how to participate in Way to Go!" informational booklet, customizable posters, and enough sticker sheets for each student at your school.

50 Points

  • Be Heart Healthy Temporary Tattoos--enough for every student in your school
  • One (1) entry towards 24 pair of Darn Tough Socks -- six lucky schools will win. Drawing May 22nd
  • One (1) entry towards six QOR360 active chairs
  • One (1) entry towards Keurig K-Select

100 Points

  • Five reflective vests, 2 medium, 3 large
  • One (1) entry towards Grand Prize drawing -- an AllEarth PowerFlower
  • Two (2) entries towards 24 pair of Darn Tough Socks -- six lucky schools will win. Drawing May 22nd
  • Two (2) entries towards six QOR360 active chairs
  • Two (2) entries towards Keurig K-Select

200 Points

  • 26 bike helmets of multiple sizes OR  reflective shoelace sets for each student at your school UP TO 150 sets
  • Two (2) entries towards Grand Prize -- an AllEarth PowerFlower
  • Three (3) entries towards 24 pair of Darn Tough Socks -- six lucky schools will win. Drawing May 22nd
  • Three (3) entries towards six QOR360 active chairs
  • Three (3) entries towards Keurig K-Select

300 Points

  • One U-shaped bike rack  
  • Three (3) entries towards Grand Prize -- an AllEarth PowerFlower
  • An additional entry into the Grand Prize drawing for every 20 points above 300
  • Four (4) entries towards 24 pair of Darn Tough Socks -- six lucky schools will win. Drawing May 22nd
  • Four (4) entries towards six QOR360 active chairs
  • Four (4) entries towards Keurig K-Select

Below is a list of the great things that you can earn and win during the 2019 Way to Go! School Challenge.

More prizes, awards, and other incentives are coming soon!


Earn Helmets, Bike Racks, Plus Other Great Items!

    Image is of 6 temporary tattoos: a red "heart health" ribbon, a trio of heart-shaped balloons, a bicycle with "Be Active", a heart with "heart healthy" in it, the phrase "get healthy get active" and a set of multiple red ribbons.  Text says, "50 POINTS: Temporary Tattoos   Enough temporary tattoos for every student in your school. Reinforce your message of the importance of healthy and active living with your students through these fun temporary tattoos!"  Image includes a round eraser about 1" in diameter, imprinted with a semi-geopolitical map of the earth, and the text, "50 POINTS:  Earth Erasers  Enough erasers for every student in  your school (while supplies last.)  Reinforce your message of the environmental benefits of the Way to Go! Challenge with these fun earth erasers!"  100 points for 5 reflective vests  Image is of examples of bicycle helmets.  Text says, "200 POINTS: 16 Bike Helmets    Attractive Bell helmets inspire kids to wear their helmets!  You can pick the sizes you would like, from ages 3-adult!  The helmets will be mailed directly to your school!  (Image below is for example purposes only--actual colors and styles will vary."  Image of an orange "inverted u" style bicycle rack.  Text says, "300 POINTS: 1 (or more!) Bike Rack(s)    The Hoop Rack provides high security and easy bike parking.  This rack style is highly recommended by bicycle advocates, as it allows the bicycle to be locked by the frame instead of the wheel.  Surface mount on concrete.  Parks two adult bikes, four children’s bikes.  Potential opportunity for more racks depending on availability"  

Win an AllEarth PowerFlower for Your School, Plus Other Great Prizes!

Picture of a PowerFlower solar sun tracker on winter background with two people standing next to it for scale (they come up to about 1/3 of its height)  Text says "This beautiful 2,000 watt (net-metered) solar array follows the sun every day.  It will generate ~3,00 kWh per year of your school's electricity.    Over its life, it'll produce over $20,000 of clean renewable electricity.    The AllEarth PowerFlower is designed and made in Williston, VT"  and a banner underneath the text says, "Win a PowerFlower From AllEarth Renewables"

  WIN A KEURIG K-SELECT!  The Keurig® K-Select™ combines sleek design and simple button controls to help you brew your perfect cup every time. For coffee lovers that enjoy a bold brew, the Strong Brew button increases coffee's strength and intensity and the 52-ounce water reservoir means you can brew 5 cups before refilling. Four cup sizes allow you to make 6, 8, 10, or 12 ounces of your favorite beverages in under a minute, while the Quiet Brew Technology™ feature minimizes noise during use. Just pop in a pod and select your brew size to enjoy a perfect brew every time  Image of 5 Darn Tough Socks "Six schools will win 25 pairs of Darn Tough socks, in a variety of sizes and styles!  Ethically sourced merino wool socks with the signature Darn Tough quality: “unconditionally guranteed, uncompromised comfort, durability and fit, and made right here in Vermont”

Carbon Cup


The school with the most points will win a Carbon Cup to display in their school lobby for all to enjoy.

Carbon-Cutting Leader Awards

Schools can win a custom-made Vermont license plate trophy for Carbon-cutting leadership, based on:

  • School with the second-highest number of points
  • Highest percentage of students on the bus
  • Highest percentage of students, staff, and teachers walking, rolling or biking
  • Most Improved -- school with the most improvement in travel behavior from the Fall to the Spring
  • Best photo or video promoting the Way to Go! School Challenge shared to our Facebook or Twitter page. Share to our Facebook page here. Or, tag us on Twitter by using @WayToGoVT in your post.



All winners will be recognized during an appreciation ceremony, and announced through social media and in a statewide press release.