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About Bellevue SchoolPool

Bellevue SchoolPool, a collaboration between City of Bellevue, King County Metro and Bellevue School District, is a program that encourages families and students to explore sustainable transportation options for their commute to and from school in order to alleviate congestion at drop-off and pickup times and zones around schools.




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How SchoolPool Works

The Bellevue SchoolPool program is split into two sections – one for elementary schools, and one for middle and middle/high choice schools.

The SchoolPool team assists Partner schools with running two month-long challenges during the school year – one in the fall and one in the spring.

The SchoolPool team also assists all schools, including non-partner and private schools, interested in helping parents find carpools, walk pools ("walking school buses"), bike pools ("bike trains"), and bus buddies for school buses or public transit.

How to Become a SchoolPool Partner School

The program is open to all elementary, middle and middle/high choice schools in the Bellevue School District. For a school to become a SchoolPool Partner school, the principal must submit a SchoolPool Partner sign-up application to

Applications are accepted annually.

SchoolPool During COVID-19

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Due to the ongoing COVID-19 the Fall 2021 SchoolPool Challenge has been canceled. Instead, the SchoolPool team is coordinating Walk to School Day on October 6, open to all elementary, middle, and middle/high choice schools. 16 schools chose to celebrate Walk to School Day this year.

Promotional materials, student incentives, and up to $$1,000 in qualified school incentives, such as safety equipment, pedestrian crossing flags, ped-bike safety training, etc. are available to all schools that celebrate Walk to School Day. 

Click on the links below to access and download the Walk to School Day promotional materials, and Walk & Roll BINGO cards. 

Elementary Schools:


Middle and Middle/High Choice Schools:

School Attendance Area Pedestrian and Bicycle Maps

This is a great time to test out your walk or bike route to school! Go to our Interactive Routes to School Map and click on your school to find printable maps of pedestrian and bicycle facilities in your school’s attendance area.

Email us at to receive a hard copy of a map.

Resources for Schools and Families


SchoolPool Blog Posts

Coming Soon

To submit a SchoolPool blog post, please email it to