​Traffic Safety

Ensuring our students get to school safely is everyone’s responsibility. Please be mindful of crosswalks, parking rules and speed limits when you are near our schools, especially during the morning drop-off and afternoon dismissal times.​ ​​​​

Drop-Off & Pick-Up

Do not drop-off or pick-up children in the staff parking lot. Buses load students in front of Colonel Irvine and Highwood School. Do not park in busing lanes.

As some of the new bus stops in the communities are on busy roads, please park off the road while waiting for the bus so as not to risk your child’s safety when loading and unloading.

To our parents who pick up their children at the school: A reminder that the parking stalls facing the local businesses at the small mall beside the school are not to be used as a parking area when picking up or dropping off your children. The local businesses appreciate your understanding and support. Please do not park in the bus zone in front of the school.

Supervision is provided in the morning but not after school. See the Security page for more information.

Parking & Drop-Off

Drop-Off & Pick-Up

Do not drop-off or pick-up children in the staff parking lot. Buses load students in front of Colonel Irvine and Highwood School. Do not park in busing lanes.

As some of the new bus stops in the communities are on busy roads, please park off the road while waiting for the bus so as not to risk your child’s safety when loading and unloading.

To our parents who pick up their children at the school: A reminder that the parking stalls facing the local businesses at the small mall beside the school are not to be used as a parking area when picking up or dropping off your children. The local businesses appreciate your understanding and support. Please do not park in the bus zone in front of the school.

Supervision is provided in the morning but not after school. See the Security page for more information.

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