I am happy to say the 2016-2017 school year will start on August 23rd. When the start of school rolls around, we will have completed many summer projects to make our buildings safer, more efficient, and an improved learning environment.
The north parking lot by the elementary building is a major change in regard to the safety of our children. It now has two driveways—one into the lot and one out of the lot. We have added about 24 parking spots so staff will be able to park in the lot, saving spaces for parents who park on the street to pick-up or drop-off their students. The south side of the parking lot will have two lanes. One lane is for through traffic, and the other lane is for dropping off students and picking them up. The final procedures have not been finalized but will be available by the time registration rolls around. Look at our website, Facebook page, and flyers at registration to get all of the dropoff/pick-up details. We recognize these changes won’t completely cure our after school traffic jam, but we know our students will be safer. Please allow me to thank you in advance for your cooperation. Read more
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