You may use the SNAP Mapping Software only if you are a state Safe Routes to School (SRTS) coordinator and have contracted with SNAP to use its software or are a district, elementary, middle or junior high school administrator using the SNAP Mapping Software under the direction and authorization of your state SRTS coordinator.
We Ask for Limited but Necessary Information
In order to create your school's SNAP Map, you will be required to create an account for your school. State SRTS coordinators and school district safety administrators will also be required to create accounts relative to their positions. State and district involvement is critical to effectively manage participating state SRTS programs and the annual creation and distribution of safe route maps to parents and students.
As coordinators and administrators, you must provide your name, telephone number and email address and your school's physical address. You will also be asked to create an individualized username and password as a way of accessing your secure information. This information will be used only to create your school's SNAP Map and to distribute necessary details to parents and students. Parents and guardians will be encouraged to contact you with any questions they have about your school's SNAP Map. To facilitate correspondence, your telephone number and email address will be included on the SNAP Map distributed to parents and students.
Protecting Your Information
SNAPforSchools.com may compile statistics about participating states, districts and schools for marketing and research purposes, it will not release or provide personal identifying information.
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