​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.​ ​​​

Parents are asked to drop students off along the south side of Sackville Drive. With many charter buses backing up and turning around at each entry and dismissal time, our parking lot is very busy and cannot accommodate parent vehicles in the school parking lot at any time.

Students have been directed not to cross the parking lot. Staff will remind students to walk around the school grounds if being picked up. Parents are welcome to meet their child at an exit and escort their child. We appreciate the lack of access and feel this allows students contact with their ride without risking student safety. Thank you in advance for being
courteous and contributing to student safety by not using the school parking lot.  

Parking & Drop-Off

Parents are asked to drop students off along the south side of Sackville Drive. With many charter buses backing up and turning around at each entry and dismissal time, our parking lot is very busy and cannot accommodate parent vehicles in the school parking lot at any time.

Students have been directed not to cross the parking lot. Staff will remind students to walk around the school grounds if being picked up. Parents are welcome to meet their child at an exit and escort their child. We appreciate the lack of access and feel this allows students contact with their ride without risking student safety. Thank you in advance for being
courteous and contributing to student safety by not using the school parking lot.  

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