ST. GEORGE — Students and parents will kick off Monday afternoon with a special red carpet premiere event for the musical motion picture, “SNAP, Walk, ’n Roll: The Movie,” a new, highly anticipated film about walking and biking safely to school presented by the UDOT Student Neighborhood Access Program.
The movie teaches elementary students about traffic signs and signals, the importance of following the safest routes on a school’s SNAP Map (safe routing map), and how to be safe around construction when walking or biking to school. The free, 30-minute movie is an adaptation of the live SNAP, Walk ’n Roll assembly, which has had a waiting list since it debuted in 2009. “SNAP, Walk ’n Roll: The Movie” is available upon request to Utah elementary schools outside the Wasatch Front.
WHO: Coral Cliffs Elementary Students
Amy Wilcox, Coral Cliffs Elementary Principal
Cherissa Wood, Utah Safe Routes to School Coordinator
Ellen McArthur, Washington School District Representative
WHERE: Coral Cliffs Elementary, 2040 W 2000 N, St. George
WHEN: Monday, March 19, 2:20 p.m.
VISUALS: Coral Cliffs Elementary students will sign a pledge to walk and bike safely. The student body will assemble in the gymnasium for a viewing of “SNAP, Walk ’n Roll: The Movie.”