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    Mom and son walking

    GOAL 1:  The local public health system will engage Tarrant County residents to increase awareness of opportunities for healthy and safe environments.


    OBJECTIVE 1.1 - In need of partners…


    OBJECTIVE 1.2 - In need of partners…


    GOAL 2:  Improve walkability surrounding Tarrant County elementary school neighborhoods.


    OBJECTIVE 2.1 - Working with City of Fort Worth Police Department and the Eastland Neighborhood Association regarding safe routes to school efforts at Christine C. Moss Elementary School.


    OBJECTIVE 2.2 - Establishing a Walking School Bus Program at Christine C. Moss Elementary School. Co-lead partners are Texas Christian University: Harris College of Nursing & Health Sciences and Tarrant County Public Health.


    A Jump Start to Safe Routes to School, a presentation by Amy Moan, Katherine Oliver, Madeline Nagel, Jaime Dowd, Katie Molloy, Rachel Nash, Ashley Nelson, Desiree Ortiz, Jyoti Pai, Alison Panasewicz.

    CC Moss Elementary, TCU Public Health Nursing, Spring 2016,
    a presentation by Tanner Harris, Kim Owen, Lana Dove, Maggie Gross, Caitlyn Anderson, Lindsay Hall, Andrea Rosas, Katie Lanier, Marcelino Hernandez, Sharon Canclini, Katie Abshire and Charlotte Caffrey.

    kids and flag

    Children, teachers and parents from C.C. Moss Elementary in Fort Worth celebrate International Walk to School Day, Oct. 8, 2014.

     woman and 3 men walking

    GOAL 3:  The local public health system will create a more livable community for all throughout Tarrant County.


    Complete Our Streets brochure


    OBJECTIVE 3.1 - In need of partners…


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