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Message from Police

Student Safety Important Message: We have had visits from Police Enforcement Officers who have expressed concern for the safety of our children in our parking lot especially during morning drop off. We remind all parents of the importance of safe driving in our driveways and parking area to ensure the safety of all our children. Police Officers will be monitoring and will expect compliance.

All drivers must adhere to the bylaws and our drop off policies. Please use the proper parking spots along the south lane. Do not park along the curb or on the walkway/sidewalk. There is no parking allowed along the bus loop which is our fire route. It is for busses only for one-way traffic. In the mornings, please follow directions from our supervisors and use our kiss’ n ride drop off area. Do not park along our drop off area. Bring your children to school on time and reduce the rush in the morning. Please always drive slowly, be respectful and show patience.

Remember, your children are watching your example. Let's keep everyone safe. Thank you. 


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