​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 Information

Please do not use the school parking lot as a drop-off zone for children coming to school. Given the number of students and cars this is a dangerous practice.

Please drop your child off at the back of the school so she/he can enter through the group designated door at the beginning of each session and pick your child up in a similar fashion. At Cranston School, child safety is our #1 priority and we must know who is in the building at all times. Parents who are volunteering are asked to enter through the front doors and sign in. Parents who are dropping off late students or forgotten items for students are asked to remain in the office so the child can successfully develop independence moving around the school.

Parking & Drop-Off

Drop-Off Information

Please do not use the school parking lot as a drop-off zone for children coming to school. Given the number of students and cars this is a dangerous practice.

Please drop your child off at the back of the school so she/he can enter through the group designated door at the beginning of each session and pick your child up in a similar fashion. At Cranston School, child safety is our #1 priority and we must know who is in the building at all times. Parents who are volunteering are asked to enter through the front doors and sign in. Parents who are dropping off late students or forgotten items for students are asked to remain in the office so the child can successfully develop independence moving around the school.

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