Tuesday, September 04, 2018
We recognize that our school is a walking community and we see that many of our families are using “walking school bus” style ways to ensure their children get to school on time each day. Knowing your neighbors and making arrangements to bike, walk and scooter to school together is so important as a part of our pledge toward healthy active children and communities. Our safety patrollers have been working hard at the Livingston and Ford cross walk to assist our families each morning and afternoon with safe crossing.
We also recognize that there are days when families have to rush off to work or get to an appointment. For these days, we have a very efficient Kiss and Ride out front of the school. Yard supervision begins at 8:40 am and staff are outside ensuring that students exit cars safely before walking around to the back of the building where additional staff are supervising. We ask that if you are doing a school ‘drop off,’ that you please use the school kiss and ride as it is appropriately staffed and safe for all of our families.
At times you may also need to park and walk your child to the school. It is at these times that the Church has graciously agreed to allow us the use of their parking spots to help us with overflow parking. The church parking lot is not a Kiss and Ride, merely extra parking the church has allowed us to use for staff and visitors to use when the school parking lot is full.
Attached, you will find the Kiss and Ride route for the front of the school. As always, if you have any questions at all, please don’t hesitate to ask us.
Thank you for your cooperation.