The Korematsu PTO is participating in the active4.me program, which encourages kids to bike, walk, scooter, and otherwise take alternate forms of transportation to get to school. Children and families that choose to participate will be issued a small plastic card with a barcode on it. When they get to school by means other than a car, they would be able to go to the bike racks and get checked in by a volunteer. Once checked in, the child's traveled distance would be added to the system and their total read to them, giving them a sense of accomplishment as their distance adds up! Also, when children have checked in, an email message and/or text message can be sent to an email address or phone number allowing parents to be notified that their child's tag was scanned into the system. However, this is not a guaranteed check-in system and must not be used to ensure a child has reached school. Calls to the office to check on a child's safe arrival (if the system is ever down) will result in cancellation of the service, as the school staff cannot accommodate such a large number of "did my child reach school?" calls. To offer additional encouragement to bike/walk/scooter to school, the program will eventually allow children to accumulate fake money in their account ("Coyote Cash") that can be used to purchase healthy granola bars, bike accessories, etc.