Jibe to School

This program benefits our entire community by minimizing the traffic and long drop off lines that are commonplace during the school year. Student participants experience an increased sense of emotional and physical well-being when walking, biking, and rolling to school, while parents gain peace of mind knowing they will be notified when their child is scanned in at the school's entrance.

Connect with your school's program coordinator and participate.

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H. Allen Hight
Program Coordinator: Laura Stone
Info here
Natomas Park
Program Coordinator: Victoria Rodrigues
Info here
Natomas Charter
Program Coordinator: Cheryl Navasca
Info here
Program Coordinator: Amber Huber
Info here      
Paso Verde
Program Coordinator: Valerie Glazier
Info here
Regency Park
Program Coordinator: Rachelle Ahmad
Info here
Star Academy
Program Coordinator: Czarmaine Almoradie

Info here

Westlake Charter
Program Coordinator
Info here
Witter Ranch
Program Coordinator: Angelina Lopez
Info here

Special Campaigns

Throughout the school year, Jibe creates campaigns, challenges, and promotions to re-energize students and encourage kids to walk, bike, or scoot for transportation.

Walk to School Day Celebrations

To reward students for joining a walking school bus, each of Jibe's partner schools help us host special Walk to School events at various points throughout the school year.


 Jibe’s Walktober Challenge will take place October 17-28, 2022. As part of this effort, students will be encouraged to join our Walk to School program. Classes with participation rates above 25% will earn a party-in-a-box.

May is Bike Month

This regional campaign encourages people to choose bicycling for all types of trips, including work, school, errands, and recreation. All schools in North Natomas are entered into the region-wide competition on mayisbikemonth.com. North Natomas schools are always ranked at the top!

Connect with your school's program coordinator (see table above) to participate in a special campaign happening at a school near you!