Safe Routes to Salt Brook School

Salt Brook School finds Safe Routes for our kids to walk or bike from home to school to their after school activities. 

DROP-n-GO onlySalt Brook School 3 DROP-n-GO Map

Salt Brook School DROP-n-GO‘s are safe locations where a parent can drop their child and go on to their destination.  They are located a short distance from school, often in view of a crossing guard and along a side walk.  They enable the driver to avoid congested areas. PARK-n-WAIT’s are 3 less crowded places to meet.

1. SALT BROOK FRONT CIRCLE – NO PARKING.  There are 3 visitor spots centered in the front circle; do not take other spots as they are reserved for staff.

2. WILLOW – Optional morning drop-off point.  After dropping children proceed to the end for turn around rather than making a U- turn.  No left turns off Willow during morning hours.

DROP-n-GO or  PARK-n-WAIT

3. BROOKSIDE – Traffic approaches along Maple, turn onto Brookside and pull up to Midvale intersection.  Please do not drop off immediately next to crossing guard.

Information on additional DROP-n-GO‘s will be available soon to parents who login to the school district web site.

Sources:

Official Web site – New Providence Board of Education web sites.
Statistics – SchoolDigger.com.

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Cecile Seth

Trying to make our world better. Mom to 3. Recovering Management Consultant. MBA. STEMshoots.com Founder.

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