Bus Stop & Walk

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Hello, Centennial Families!

On the morning of Wednesday, May 26, our students will have a very special start to the morning! We are doing a Bus Stop & Walk. It encourages physical activity and community connection, and is fun and exciting for students. At the beginning of the school day, students will be dropped off at Wilson Park, a short distance from the school. Students will be supervised by Centennial teachers and staff in the park and at all intersections.

Bus riders: If your child rides the bus, they will be dropped off at the park by their bus driver.

Caregiver transportation: If you drive your child to school, we encourage you to drop them off on the northwest side of the park along 14th Avenue. Please arrive between 7 and 7:20 a.m. See the map for exact driving directions. Students will be supervised by Centennial teachers and staff in the park and at all intersections.

Our staff will also be at the regular parent drop off area. The Bus Stop & Walk is NOT taking place in the afternoon—student dismissal will be like a normal day. This event is rain or shine.

For the safety of all participants, please drop off your child on the northbound side of 14th Avenue (adjacent to the park).

 

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