​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.​ ​​​

Student Parking

Student parking at our school is very limited, available on a first-come basis only in the Staff / Student lot off Morley Trail and only in stalls 106 and higher.

Students are not permitted to park in any:

  • Staff parking lots (west and south of the school)
  • Visitor or Handicapped parking stalls
  • Stalls in the compound lot outside the shops/school bus cage area west of the school.

Unregistered vehicles and/or vehicles without a staff parking tag parked in any of the above areas will be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense.

Students should also pay attention to parking restrictions posted on streets in the area. Many areas near the school are permit-only or limited time parking.

Vehicles on school property are parked at owner’s risk. The CBE and the school assume no responsibility for the vehicles and/or their contents.

Parking & Drop-Off

Student Parking

Student parking at our school is very limited, available on a first-come basis only in the Staff / Student lot off Morley Trail and only in stalls 106 and higher.

Students are not permitted to park in any:

  • Staff parking lots (west and south of the school)
  • Visitor or Handicapped parking stalls
  • Stalls in the compound lot outside the shops/school bus cage area west of the school.

Unregistered vehicles and/or vehicles without a staff parking tag parked in any of the above areas will be ticketed and towed at the owner’s expense.

Students should also pay attention to parking restrictions posted on streets in the area. Many areas near the school are permit-only or limited time parking.

Vehicles on school property are parked at owner’s risk. The CBE and the school assume no responsibility for the vehicles and/or their contents.

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