Student Threat Assessment: Fair Notice and Process

Saskatoon Public Schools is committed to creating and maintaining school environments in which students, staff, parents/guardians/caregivers and others feel safe. Schools cannot ignore any threat of violence. Click here to read more.

Working Together for Safe Schools

Saskatoon schools have well developed partnerships in our community. We work closely with Saskatoon Police Service, Saskatoon Fire Department and City of Saskatoon Emergency Measures Organization to help ensure that our schools are safe places to be. With their help we have developed, and regularly review, our safety plans. These plans enable our staff to effectively and efficiently respond to any emergencies and crisis situations that may arise in our schools. Parents and guardians also play a role in working with all partners in keeping our students safe. This brochure provides you with information on school safety planning. School Safety Plans Prevention is the best defense against a cris

Unsafe Driving Habits

DON'T DO the following in the school zone: speed-up , u-turn, drop your child off in the middle of the road let your child cross the street without using a crosswalk REMEMBER follow proper driving laws within our school zone: Drive 30 km per hour or slower Drive 20 km per hour or slower in the alleyways Drop your child off at the curb and have your child exit onto the sidewalk Follow the street through to the end of the block or use an alleyway to avoid u-turns Chose a route that puts you on the side of the street you want to be on in order to avoid using u-turns Have your child walk on the sidewalk and use the crosswalk to cross the street TO PREVENT POSSIBLE INJURIES, children will not be

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