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Code Blue and Mini-Blue programs are proactive endeavours that help tto build positive police-youth relationships through fitness. Both programs are a partnership between the Surrey RCMP and Surrey School District Safe Schools and Community Schools departments.
Code Blue is currently offered at six secondary schools sites: Clayton Heights, Earl Marriott, Semiahmoo, Kwantlen Park, Panorama Ridge and Princess Margaret. An after school fitness training program led by RCMP officers. Police officers participate & engage students in grades 8-12 in physical activity workouts that resemble police officer training.
Students show up for each weekly drop-in program where officers put them through the paces of an intense physical workout that includes sit ups, push ups, and sprints.
Launched in January 2017, the Mini-Blue program engages youth in grades 5, 6 & 7 with Surrey RCMP officers. The program focuses on relationship building and mentoring through fun physical activities, interactions and a short talking point. This gives participants a body and brain boost that sets them up for an afternoon of learning.
Mini-Blue sessions are held once per week at 5 Surrey elementary schools during the school lunch hour.