​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

Procedures for Drop-Off and Pick-Up

Let’s work together to keep our students safe! Coming and going from the School continues to be of concern. To ensure everyone’s safety, please note the following:

  •  Please be courteous to the residents in the area. Blocking entrances to garages or driveways angers neighbours. Stay back at least 1.5 metres.
  •  For the safety of our children, we ask drivers to please be courteous and park responsibly when dropping off or picking up children from these areas.
  •  AVOID DOUBLE PARKING.
  •  Watch for signs indicating “No Stopping” and “No Parking” zones.
  •  School bus zones must be kept clear so children can step off the bus and onto a curb instead of exiting into a busy street.
  •  Leave five metres between your car and any cross walk markings. This will ensure children are visible when they enter the cross walk.
  •  Parking too close to stop signs, yield signs or intersection makes it difficult to see children in the area and obstructs the view of other motorists. A distance of five metres is required.
  • All parking infractions in schools zones are subject to a minimum $50 fine.

Please be considerate to our neighbours by driving 15 km/hr in the alley behind the school and 30 km/hr on the street for safety and NO U-TURNS in the middle of the road.



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