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Eagle Ridge School Drop Off-Pick Up Instructions
Eagle Ridge Families,
I am reaching out to communicate drop off and pick up procedures in the circle drive, entry drive to the circle drive, and the roadway entering the circle drive.
Drop Off: PLEASE BE CAUTIOUS AND COURTEOUS of your surroundings. We are a school and our primary responsibility is to ensure the safety of all children at all times. When dropping off your child in the morning please do so in quick fashion. With the circle drive being a small area for vehicles we need you all to work with the district. Please do not exit your vehicle to walk your child into the building unless you are parked along the South East side (Yellow Bollards) of the circle drive. Pull over far enough that the next vehicle can get by you without going onto the island grass. You all must work together to keep our children safe at all times.
Pick up: If you are the first or last car you must work together. The first car MUST pull all the way around to the South East side (Yellow Bollards) of the circle drive. By doing so you are alleviating cars from having to pass you in the main area of the circle drive. Please DO NOT PARK ALONG THE LEFT (INSIDE grass) part of the circle drive. We have no way to exit cars if we are doubled up. RESPECT each other and the safety of all students at ALL times. As your child comes to your car get them in safely and buckled then depart using caution. As one car exits another car will follow in line of succession. If you are parked on the sidewalk side OR the street, please use caution as you move up in line. Students are walking and running from all directions.
REMEMBER, WE ARE THE ADULTS. WE MUST WORK TOGETHER AT ALL TIMES. Being in a hurry creates careless driving which results in accidents.
We are in this together so let’s continue to watch out for all children, not just our own.