When dropping off students in the morning, we encourage all drivers to arrive before 7:20 to avoid the traffic congestion. When picking students up after school, we encourage all drivers to arrive 10-12 minutes after dismissal to avoid the traffic congestion. Since there are 3 exits for students to leave campus, we encourage families to make arrangements to use Exit 2 and Exit 3 to reduce the traffic congestion in the parking lot.
All drivers who plan on waiting in the parking lot must be parked in a parking space. Waiting in the driving aisles is not permitted.
Thegreen arrows below indicate the flow of traffic for vehicles passing through the driving aisles or looking for a parking space. Stopping and waiting is not permitted in these areas.
The yellow arrow represents the Bus Loading Zone. Drop off is permitted before school, but not open for pick up until all busses have left the parking lot.
The red areas are No Parking Zones. Waiting is not permitted in these areas.
The blue areas are designated for parking and waiting. These are strategic areas where you can direct your student to meet you after school in order to reduce the time spent in traffic congestion.
Current law (SB 1266; BP/AR 5141.21) now
requires schools to provide emergency epinephrine for individuals who may be
experiencing anaphylaxis. Anaphylaxis is
a severe allergic reaction which can occur after expose to an allergen, an
insect sting or even (rare) after exercise.
Without immediate administration of
epinephrine and summoning Emergency Medical Services (911), death could
occur. Certain individuals may
experience anaphylaxis that have no known previous history an allergy and
therefore, may not have their own prescription. A school staff member will
administer this emergency injection to any student believed to be suffering
from anaphylaxis and activate Emergency Management Services (911). Parent will
be notified of the emergency and action taken.
IF YOU DO NOT WANT your child to receive the
emergency epinephrine injection, please NOTIFY THE SCHOOL IN WRITING.
District programs, activities, and practices shall be free from discrimination based on race, color, ancestry, national origin, ethnic group identification, age, religion, marital or parental status, physical or mental disability, sex, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity or expression, or genetic information; the perception of one or more of such characteristics; or association with a person or group with one or more of these actual or perceived characteristics.