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Friday, May 19, 2017

Bike to Work Day!

San Diego’s Bike to Work Day was yesterday, Thursday, May 18th and did everything in their power to encourage people to get out and bike!

If you didn't make it to work on your bike yesterday, not to worry. May is National Bike Month! National Bike Month brings awareness and support to how great biking can be for your health, for your wallet, and for your environment. Biking to work could become your new normal way of commuting.
Dave riding a bike

You can even chart your course around San Diego using a Regional Bike Map or look for special biking events in your area!

Visit to learn about bike safety, riding tips, ways to join their Facebook group, and more! 

National Bike Month is also a great opportunity for parents to talk with their kids about getting outside, exercising, being healthy, but most importantly, wearing a helmet and protecting those growing brains of theirs!

You can also encourage your students to exercise their brains this summer
by ordering easy-to-use Excel Math Summer School material. 

Excel Math Summer School LessonsThese summer lessons are useful for students who may need extra practice or need to review some concepts from the year before. 

They are also a great way to bridge the math achievement gap over the summer break and prepare for the upcoming school year. 

Excel Math Teacher Editions offer stretches (brain teasers), hands-on activities, teaching tips, the answer key, and printable resources for 30 lesson sheets plus tests (6 weeks of lessons). 

Excel Math is affordable at just $8.00 per student and will help keep those developing brains sharp during the summer. 

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Remember to get outside today, be healthy, and exercise your body along with your brain!

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