Project identifies barriers preventing kids from being more active

Kendra Stav and her daughter, Sophia, gather in front of Davison School on June 28 on the last day of classes. The school is working with Saskatchewan in motion to determine why some parents send their kids to school by bus or car instead of having them walk or bike. 

Davison School and Saskatchewan in motion are working together to identify barriers that prevent students from being more active, especially when it comes to getting to and from school. Saskatchewan in motion (SIM) approached the school earlier this year about conducting a three-year project looking at the neighbourhood’s safety, transportation…