​​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

Student Drop-Off

The parking lot is for staff use only. For the safety of everyone, please do not use the parking lot or entrance to the parking lot for dropping off or picking up students. Guests and visitors of the school are requested to please use street parking. Please be courteous of our neighbours and do not block their driveways.

The area directly in front of Hidden Valley School is a designated student drop off zone “Hug & Go” for morning drop-off. Please do not park your vehicle in this area. A vehicle may be ticketed by Calgary By-Law officers or CPS if it is left unattended in the Hug & Go zone.

Hug & Go Zone

The Hug and Go area in front of the school is only a drop-off area. You can only stay while actively loading or unloading children from the vehicle. You cannot sit in your car idling while you wait for school to start, or leave your vehicle to walk your child to the doors. If you feel your child needs to be walked to the door, please park elsewhere and walk with them. Supervision of students begins at 8:15 AM, so avoid dropping off your children prior to this time.

Staff Parking Lot Off Limits

For the safety of everyone, do not use the parking lot or entrance to the parking lot for dropping off or picking up students. The parking lot is for staff and CBE employees only. We appreciate your co-operation.

Courtesy Matters

We ask that you avoid parking in front of our neighbours’ driveways when dropping off your children. And please make sure that anyone who picks up or drops off your child is aware of all of the parking rules.

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