AMA School Safety patrollers help keep our families and students safe in the school zones. This program is open to all grade 5 students attending Valley View, and helps them develop their leadership skills and model safe school zone behaviours.

  • Students are required to submit permission slips to take part in the patrol program and must attend the fall training in order to participate.
  • Students are assigned a couple of shifts each week and will monitor school crosswalks before and after school.
  • Patrollers can enjoy perks, like discounts to Stampeder or Hitmen games.
  • Patrollers will begin training grade 4 students in June for the next school year.

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