Carpool Lane Reminders
Carpool Lane Reminders

Please help us keep children (& adults) safe by abiding by the following procedures:

ARRIVAL

  • Parent drop-off begins at 7:00 a.m. 
  • Curbside only drop off, please! 
  • No left turns into the school driveway between 7:15 – 8:00 a.m. 
  • Be in the carpool line by 7:30 a.m. to ensure a timely arrival 
  • Stay in line – Please do NOT pull in between buses to drop off! 
  • Stay in the curbside lane (unless directed to pull around by a staff member) 
  • Please pull down as far as possible so multiple cars can unload at once. This moves traffic faster for everyone. 
  • Students are tardy at 7:45. Instruction begins at 7:55. A parent/guardian (adult) MUST sign in late arrivals. 

DISMISSAL
  • The instructional day ends at 2:20. Please help protect the teaching & learning time by minimizing early check-out requests after 1:45. Early check-outs are monitored. 
  • Display carpool number hanger 
  • Please do NOT block the school driveway. Pull as far to the right as possible to allow other cars to enter for After Care or meetings. 
  • Please do not block driveways on Oak Grove Road 
  • Stay in line 
  • Please pull down as far as possible as this allows loading of multiple cars at once and keeps traffic moving faster. 
  • Load from curbside only 
  • Please ensure children understand the importance of wearing a seatbelt & that they know how to fasten a seatbelt. 
  • Please ensure your child knows his/her carpool number and exits the building quickly when his/her number is called. This keeps the carpool lane fluid. 
  • Please remind babysitters/nannies to put away cellphones once the carpool lane is moving. While we understand “passing the time” while waiting in the carpool lane, there have been a few “close calls” in the afternoon due to distracted drivers. This a reminder to some of our parents as well… Your children watch and learn from your example. 

The order in which children are dismissed: Walkers, buses, nursery buses, carpool. These procedures will be enforced.

Thank you for your cooperation. Safety is the responsibility of everyone.