Crosby Elementary School News

Traffic Patterns & Drop off/Pick up Procedures

Morning Drop Off:

  1. Enter driveway on West side of the building (driveway to back parking lot) & pull as far as possible through the carpool lane using the lane closest to the building.
  2. Please do not leave your vehicle parked in the carpool lane - the idea is to keep traffic flowing to avoid congestion.
  3. Your child may exit the vehicle from the side closest to the building and enter.
  4. Once your child has exited the vehicle you may pull through the carpool lane to exit the lot.

Mid-day Kindergarten:

  1. AM Kdg pick up- follow below procedures & use the carpool lane around the back of the building for dismissal.
  2. PM Kdg drop off at 12:10 – please drop off in the front parking lot.

Afternoon Pick Up:

  1. Enter driveway on West side of the building (driveway to back parking lot) & pull as far as possible through the carpool lane using the lane closest to the building.
  2. Remain inside your vehicle while you are waiting for your child to be dismissed. Please do not park & exit your vehicle- the idea is to keep traffic flowing to avoid congestion.
  3. You may use the inside lane to exit once you have your child with you. 

*** Special Factors***

  • Due to recess schedules, the carpool lane will open at 2:50 p.m.  If you arrive prior to 2:50 you will not be able to access the driveway.
  • If you have end of the day transportation changes, please call the main office by 2:30 p.m. so we have adequate time to ensure your child is aware of the change.
  • There will be NO parking in the front lot during drop off & pick up due to bus traffic.
  • There will be spaces available to accommodate visitors & volunteers in the front lot during regular school hours (8:30-2:30).

 

 

 

 

Steve Chabot Visits Crosby Elementary

Posted on: April 29, 2019
Chabot Visit

Crosby Elementary was honored to receive a visit from Congressman Steve Chabot on the morning of Monday, April 29.  Chabot represents Ohio’s 1st Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Mr. Chabot addressed the entire student body, opening his talk by reading the children’s book “House Mouse, Senate Mouse” by Peter Barnes.  The book describes the correlation between the House and the Senate in a method geared towards elementary-age children.

He then explained the voting process in the House and passed around his voting card, which he would use later in the day as he was returning to Washington, D.C. following the presentation at Crosby.

Following a Q&A session with the students, Mr. Chabot presented Principal Kiersten Rogers with an American flag that had been flown atop the U.S. Capitol.  The flag will be displayed at Crosby Elementary.