​​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

Drop-Off & Pick-Up 

Parents are not permitted to drive in to the staff parking lot to drop off or pick up students before and after school. This has become a safety concern for our students as there are many children in close proximity to the parking lot before and after school. This is a dangerous situation and we appreciate your help in not using the staff parking lot at all for pick up or drop off. 

In addition, parking stalls are assigned to individual staff people. When parents park in an empty stall in the parking lot, they are taking a space assigned to a teacher. 

To help mitigate this issue, a school staff person will be in the entrance of the school parking lot before and after school and will not permit you to enter the parking lot. Please park on the road in front of the school or on the road to the east of the school.

In addition, we have a school bus that parks out front of Falconridge School for our Early Development Centre children. Please do not park directly in front of the school’s main doors as we need to have space for the school bus.

Staff Parking Lot & Back Alley

Visitors and parents are not permitted to use the staff parking lot or the back alley west of the school playground. Parking stalls are reserved for Falconridge School staff, and the alley parking spots are allocated to the condo owners, as these stalls have been assigned and paid for. Parents need to park in designated zones on the street to drop off and pick up their children.

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