​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.​ ​​​​

Safety Tips

  • Students should use sidewalks and crosswalks, and avoid the staff parking lot as this can be a high traffic area. 
  • Parents are asked to honour the No Parking Zone in front of the school, in order to accommodate appropriate access for the Handi-Bus and other service delivery vehicles. 
  • Parents who drop students off should use the cul-desac, not the parking lot during peak times. 
  • Parents are welcome to use visitor stalls at the southwest corner of the parking lot. All other stalls are reserved for school staff. 

Parking & Drop-Off

Safety Tips

  • Students should use sidewalks and crosswalks, and avoid the staff parking lot as this can be a high traffic area. 
  • Parents are asked to honour the No Parking Zone in front of the school, in order to accommodate appropriate access for the Handi-Bus and other service delivery vehicles. 
  • Parents who drop students off should use the cul-desac, not the parking lot during peak times. 
  • Parents are welcome to use visitor stalls at the southwest corner of the parking lot. All other stalls are reserved for school staff. 

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