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Parking lot safety

East Ridge has painted new lines in the pickup area to both streamline pickup and increase safety.

  • If you're a parent waiting for your child, please wait in the area zoned off in teal.
  • Once you have your child, go to the crosswalks to re-enter the parking lot. Stay behind the yellow line until our parking lot attendants to wave you across safely.
  • Children who are waiting car pickup will all stand along the black line until their pickup car is fully stopped and ready to open its doors.
  • And as always, please don't go over 5 miles an hour ever when in the parking area.

 

 

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Don't forget:
- Our parking lot traffic is a one way lane.
- ALWAYS use a crosswalk to cross in parking lot, whether you're alone or with your kid(s).
- SLOW DOWN. The Speed limit is 25 mph on Saybrook and 216th Ave NE. The school zone speed limit is 20 mph and the parking lot speed limit is 5 mph.
 
At pick-up and drop-off please:
- Pull ALL THE WAY FORWARD continuously so there are no gaps.
- Put down the cellphone.
- Do NOT get out of your car.
- Do NOT cut in line.
- Do exactly as instructed by parking lot volunteers.
- Make sure to go around the parking lot to the end of the pickup line, especially when coming in from Saybrook.

 


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