​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.​ ​​​​

Parking Lot is Off Limits

Please remember the parking lot is reserved for staff. We do not have enough space for parents to pick up and drop off in the staff parking lot. Use street parking following all City of Calgary signs.When at all possible, we discourage pedestrians from walking through the parking lot as there are staff members and School Board personnel arriving and leaving throughout the day, making it unsafe for pedestrians. Please use sidewalks and pathways around the school.

Pay Attention to Pedestrian Safety

Did you know that according to the City of Calgary Police Service, a vehicle strikes a pedestrian, on average, once every day on our streets. Please help teach your child that motorists will not necessarily stop for pedestrians when they are crossing the road, even if they have the right of way. Motorists must stop for all pedestrians-it is the law. Wait until the pedestrian has cleared the intersection before proceeding and when other vehicles are slowing down or stopping near a crosswalk, slow down and look for pedestrians as well.

Bicycles

Should students ride their bikes to school, please ensure they have a good lock for their bike. There are bicycle racks on the side of the school to use for locking bikes. Students must walk their bikes on the school grounds. The school cannot assume responsibility for bicycles parked on the school grounds.

Before and After School Care

Creative Discoveries can be contacted if you require on-site before and after school care.

Parking & Drop-Off

Parking Lot is Off Limits

Please remember the parking lot is reserved for staff. We do not have enough space for parents to pick up and drop off in the staff parking lot. Use street parking following all City of Calgary signs.When at all possible, we discourage pedestrians from walking through the parking lot as there are staff members and School Board personnel arriving and leaving throughout the day, making it unsafe for pedestrians. Please use sidewalks and pathways around the school.

Pay Attention to Pedestrian Safety

Did you know that according to the City of Calgary Police Service, a vehicle strikes a pedestrian, on average, once every day on our streets. Please help teach your child that motorists will not necessarily stop for pedestrians when they are crossing the road, even if they have the right of way. Motorists must stop for all pedestrians-it is the law. Wait until the pedestrian has cleared the intersection before proceeding and when other vehicles are slowing down or stopping near a crosswalk, slow down and look for pedestrians as well.

Bicycles

Should students ride their bikes to school, please ensure they have a good lock for their bike. There are bicycle racks on the side of the school to use for locking bikes. Students must walk their bikes on the school grounds. The school cannot assume responsibility for bicycles parked on the school grounds.

Before and After School Care

Creative Discoveries can be contacted if you require on-site before and after school care.

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