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Arrival and Dismissal Reminders

Arrival and dismissal are two of the most concerning parts of our day -ensuring 730+ students enter or exit the building in a very small window of time means we ALL need to do our part. Please help us by remembering the following:

1. You are required to follow all posted traffic signs - we don't have special traffic rules when it comes to parking and turning on city streets. When parents decide to eschew traffic laws, they arecreating an unsafe environment for our children.


2. You CANNOT use the parking lot on S. Rice to drop your child off in the morning, nor to pick up your child in the afternoon - use the carpool lane.


3. You CANNOT park in the parking lot on S. Third during arrival or dismissal, use the carpool lane. Backing in and out of spots during these heavy traffic times is unsafe and inconsiderate.


4. When parking, do not block driveways, it's illegal and inconsiderate.


5. Do not drop your child off in the middle of the street and ask them to run across - it's unsafe and you are putting your child at risk of serious injury. We shouldn't have to wait for a terrible accident to happen to rethink our decisions, do the right thing now.


6. Avoid all time saving 'shortcuts' that you know aren't in our arrival and dismissal plan. You have have legal/safe options when it comes to dropping off and picking up your child, make sure you are choosing one of them.

Mornings and afternoons can be busy and waiting in line is no fun.  Take a few deep breaths, put on an interesting podcast, and enjoy the fact that when we all do our part we are keeping all of our children safe.

Thanks for making sure we do things the right way.

Leader in Me at Home

SUPPORTING LEADER IN ME AT HOME
We are often asked how parents can support our school’s leadership initiative. Each time we are asked we give the same answer: “Use the 7 Habits language at home.”

As the school year unfolds, the students are learning the language and meaning of the 7 Habits. By hearing the same language at home and at school, you send your child a message of what is important and that we are all on the same team—the team that wants to help your student succeed. When parents and schools support one another, the sky is the limit!

Below is a summary of each of the habits:
Habit 1: Be Proactive (I’m Responsible for Me)
Habit 2: Begin With the End in Mind (Have a Plan)
Habit 3: Put First Things First (Work First, Then Play)
Habit 4: Think Win-Win (Everyone Can Win)
Habit 5: Seek First to Understand, Then to Be Understood (ListenBefore You Talk)
Habit 6: Synergize (Together Is Better)
Habit 7: Sharpen the Saw (Balance Feels Best)

In order to encourage the 7 Habits language at home, here are some questions you can ask your child:
How were you proactive today?
What is your end in mind with this project/work/task?
How do you plan to put first things first in this situation?
What would be a win-win for us?
I want to hear what you think first and then I will share. How do you know when you are being listened to?
How can we work together on this?
How would you like to sharpen your saw today?

A family resource found on:
Leader In Me website - www.leaderinme.com

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