Traffic Plan

 

 
The following dismissal procedures will be in place for the 2017-2018 school year:
 

Bus Riders

  • Children riding the bus will be identified with a colored wrist band that corresponds with the bus the child will be riding.  Bus riders will receive the wrist band the first day of school. 
  • Parents are not allowed to park in the bus area or north parking lot during the designated student drop-off or release times.  This will be between 7:20-8:00 a.m and 2:15-3:15 p.m.  Cars will NOT be permitted to exit the bus area or north parking during these times.
  • Children that ride the bus will be dismissed first.
  • No food or drinks are allowed on the bus at anytime.

 

Car Riders 

  • There will be 12 cars loaded at one time during pick-up. 
  • Cars that park in the parking spaces in front of the school will not be permitted to leave during arrival and dismissal times..
  • You will be given a sign to put in your car stating your child's name, and teacher.  Please have these filled out for the first day of school.
  • There will be one line for drop off in the morning. Please follow the traffic pattern outlined by the cones and school personnel.
  • In the afternoon, there will be two car lines that follow the same traffic pattern as arrival.
  • Please click here to view the traffic pattern map.

Walkers 

  • Walkers who have siblings will meet at the flag pole.
  • If you wish to meet your child once school has dismissed, please wait on the side of the crosswalk closest to Parkview Drive.
  • Parents will not be allowed in the dismissal area with students.





Notification for Changes in Childs Normal Transportation Procedures

If there is a change in the normal procedure for your child to be picked-up, please notify the school by sending a note to beckelem@nisdtx.org and to your child's teacher and by calling the school before 2:00 p.m.  A person picking up your child must be listed on your child's enrollment information as a person your child can be released to.  Identification will be required. 

 

 

Sincerely,

 

Mr. Sandy Conklin, Principal