How Can I Safely Drop Off or Pick Up My Kids from School Without the Hassle?

By Product Expert | Posted in Safety, Tips and Tricks on Monday, July 22nd, 2019 at 2:23 pm

How to Easily Navigate the School Drop-Off Zone

We can’t believe that the new school year will be starting very soon. While we are trying to figure out how many new school supplies we need, many of us are more worried about how to navigate the crowded school drop-off zone. Don’t worry, we have come up with some great advice to help you do this morning task stress-free.

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What is the Speed Limit in a School Zone?

When kids are present, you need to keep your vehicle under 15 mph. Watch for traffic signs to know when it is time to slow down.

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Can I Exit My Vehicle in the School Drop-Off Zone?

It is not recommended that you exit your vehicle unless your child needs help opening/closing the door or liftgate. If you need to get out, try to be as quick as possible so you are not holding up the line. Should there be a day when your child has a very large project or wants to bring in treats for their birthday or a class party, park your vehicle in a designated area away from the drop-off line and help them bring the items inside.

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Can I Talk to My Kid’s Teacher in the School Drop-Off Zone?

A quick and polite hello is fine, but if you want to discuss your child’s academic performance, set up a parent-teacher conference at a more convenient time when you are not holding up the line.

Have a great school year and happy learning!

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