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The safety of all our students is our highest priority at Cross Elementary. Because there will be over 250 cars that come in and out of our school twice daily, we have designated specific routes to be used to accommodate and promote the smooth flow of traffic. We need all families to help and support the safety of all students and assist our school in being a good neighbor in our residential community. 

SAFETY PATROL
Our student Safety Patrol provides a safe pedestrian crossing for students and families on Cross and Fonzie before and after school.  Please be respectful and follow their instructions. 

DROP-OFF AND PICK-UP PROCEDURES

Fonzie Loop (school parking lot) Designated Route for TK/Kindergarten (Lot A)
  • From Cross Road, turn right onto Fonzie, and make a left into the school parking lot or park along the street parking areas. Please do not park in STAFF designated areas. 
  • Please comply with all traffic laws including making a full stop at the stop sign and crosswalk on Cross and Fonzie.
  • Please be respectful and follow the instructions of the staff members assisting so that the traffic flows
  • Children should be accompanied by an adult or older sibling. 
  • Supervision will be available in the Kindergarten playground from 7:30-8:00

Cross Loop Designated Route for First-Fifth Grades (Lot B)
  • From Cross Road, turn right into the vehicle drop-off loop.
  • Utilize the adult valet volunteers by pulling all the way forward while in the drop-off line.
  • Please be respectful and follow the instructions of the staff members assisting so that the traffic flows.
  • Children should exit the vehicle in the drop-off zone, curb side only.
  • Please have all backpacks in the front seat or next to the child, rather than in the trunk.
  • Exit by turning left onto Cross Road.

Cross School and its families need to be good neighbors and respect the residents who live near the school. Please do not speed, block driveways, make U-turns or 3-point turns on the residential streets around the school. 
 

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