Video: Denny IMS Marching Band leads Roxhill Elementary walkers for safety celebration with Feet First

May 16, 2014 at 1:19 pm | In Safety, West Seattle news, West Seattle schools | 3 Comments

A bit of a parade this morning to Roxhill Elementary School, with the Denny International Middle School Marching Band and director Marcus Pimpleton leading the way, and local elected officials walking alongside:

(That’s State Rep. Eileen Cody, right, and Seattle School Board director Marty McLaren, both West Seattleites, with Roxhill principal Sahnica Washington at left.) The occasion? As noted here earlier in the week, Feet First organized the walk-to-school event as a celebration of Safe Routes to School improvements near Roxhill, funded by a state grant. They even brought along their safety mascot, the chicken:

Safe Routes for School improvements are in the works for other West Seattle schools, as SDOT‘s Brian Dougherty told the Southwest District Council earlier this month – our report on that meeting, including his briefing and the list of projects, is here.

3 Comments

  1. I love that mascot!

    Comment by MargL — 5:37 pm May 16, 2014 #

  2. i love the band. what a really cool idea. looks like good times were had by all.

    Comment by becca — 6:58 pm May 16, 2014 #

  3. Great to see the band! They sound great!

    Comment by DRW — 8:56 pm May 16, 2014 #

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