​​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 & Drop-Off

Staff Parking Lot is Off Limits

For safety reasons students are not allowed in the school parking lot under any circumstances. Parents are asked not to drive into the parking lot to drop off, pick up their children, or park. If you are driving your children to and from school, please do so in front of the school outside of the bus loading area (West Side of Oakfield Drive).

Use the Crosswalk

Children being dropped on the East Side of Oakfield Drive are required to use the crosswalk under the safe direction of the School Safety Patrols. Parents coming to the school by crossing Oakfield Drive would greatly assist us by setting a good example and using the crosswalk.

Volunteer Parking

Volunteers to the school may park on the West Side of Oakfield Dr., North of the Bus Loading Zone facing the school. All of the stalls in the school parking lot are reserved for staff.

Patrols

Our School Safety Patrol Program is sponsored by the Calgary Police Service and the Alberta Motor Association. Patrols provide a safe procedure for crossing the street at busy traffic times. All students and parents are asked to cooperate with the patrols in providing this service. Bicycles must be walked across in the crosswalk. Parents driving students to school are asked to use the crosswalk.

Patrols will be on duty at the following times:

  • Morning 8:04 - 8:19 AM
  • After School 3:00 - 3:10 PM

There are no patrols on duty at lunchtime.

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