Healthy Living Programs
Blue Zones Project in our local schools

Blue Zones Project has partnered with local school districts to create environments that support student and faculty health. 

Walking School Bus
Walking School Bus Volunteers walk the ‘bus’ along the designated route, picking up registered children along the route and safely walking with the children to school. There are currently 36 Walking School Bus routes at 14 schools in the Beach Cities. All eight Redondo Beach Unified School District elementary schools participate. 

Children who walk to school:

  • Are more alert and ready to learn
  • Strengthen their social networks
  • Develop lifetime fitness habits
  • Help reduce traffic
  • Learn to be good/safe pedestrians

Find out more about the Walking School Bus here.

Alliance for a Healthier Generation
The goal of the Alliance for a Healthier Generation is to reduce the prevalence of childhood obesity and to empower kids to develop lifelong, healthy habits. The Alliance is founded by the American Heart Association and Clinton Foundation. 

Find out more about the Alliance for a Healthier Generation here.

Other School Programs
Healthy habits developed at a young age can last a lifetime, so Beach Cities Health District provides an array of programs and services, starting with our LiveWell Tots and LiveWell Kids programs.

Find out more about Beach Cities Health District's full list of school programs here.