Latest Street Smarts Diablo News
“We are so grateful that you brought this assembly to our school. It focused on essential safety tips for children and it was presented in a comical way that made children want to learn.”
— Stacy Joslin, Principal, Garin Elementary in Brentwood
Street Smarts Diablo Region School Programs
Street Smarts Diablo is a bicycle and pedestrian safety program available to all public schools in Antioch, Bay Point, Brentwood, Byron, Clayton, Concord, Discovery Bay, Knightsen, Martinez, Oakley, Pacheco, Pittsburg, Pleasant Hill, and Walnut Creek. Street Smarts Diablo delivers bicycle/pedestrian safety programs at no cost to every public school located in the communities listed above.
For more information, read the Free Traffic Safety Programs flyer.
Street Smarts Diablo in the news
Deer Valley High School Students Make CHP Driver Safety Video
Students from Deer Valley High School’s Television Class produced a three-minute video on driver safety and awareness. Streets Smarts Diablo Region and the CHP partnered with Deer Valley High in Antioch to unveil the video. The Contra Costa Times covered the unveiling and wrote an article about it.
Antioch High School Cycling Festival
Street Smarts Diablo teamed up with the Antioch Bike Club to host Ride On!!, a free festival to celebrate cycling and promote bike safety. The event was a huge success and received coverage from the Contra Costa Times and the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC).
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Elementary School Mr. Beeps Assembly (grades K-2)
“Thank you Street Smarts for doing this. In our busy classroom schedules there is no time to discuss this valuable information and our students really need it.”
Ms. La Rosa, Teacher at Westwood Elementary School, Concord
Elementary School Heads Up! Assembly (grades 3-5)
“Kids loved it. It’s very valuable to learn and review each year.”
Ms. Bowers, Teacher at R. Paul Krey Elementary School, Brentwood
Middle School Helmet Program
“Street Smarts is valuable information for our students. Our school is located on two very busy streets and our students are put in traffic situations on a daily basis.”
Mr. Gallagher, PE Teacher at Antioch Middle School, Antioch
Sequoia MS Students Bring Street Smarts to Pleasant Hill July 4th Parade.