学生下降和接在枫树大道尸体ns a drive-through process. Familes are asked to please practice having children get in and out of vehicles without adult assistance as parents should stay in vehicles at all times.
Due to limited parking, after the first day of school, parents are asked not park vehicles and come in to school or wait for students under the front awning.
Bikers, walkers, etc., should meet parents at the north driveway to ease congestion at the front of the school. YMCA daycare families are allowed to park in parking spaces and go to the gym to pick up children.
Families are asked to please be mindful of staff directing traffic. Staff will often signal families to move forward to an open space, if available, and are also ready to assist students as they exit and enter vehicles.
Each family will receive a passenger dashboard card for end of day pick up and are asked to always have this in their dashboard to help improve efficiency.
The earliest drop off is 8:40 a.m. Students may unload as soon as the signal is given by staff.
Please reviewthis mapfor general guidelines.
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