Student Drop-Off & Pick-Up
Student Drop-off and Pick-Up
Please do not drop your child at school before 7:15 a.m. as there is no adult supervision prior to that time.
Enter the one-way access road on the south side of the school and proceed up the driveway and around the perimeter of the parking lot. Students should be dropped off in the student drop off zone only (which is marked with signs). Please stay to the left. When exiting the facility, yield to any buses exiting at the same time and turn to the right or left depending upon your destination.
No cars will be allowed in the front entrance circle (bus loading area) between 7:00 a.m. and 7:40 a.m. Additionally, there is no parking allowed in the front circle driveway from 1:30 p.m. until 2:10 p.m. in order to accommodate the buses.
Kelley Street may not be used for student drop-off. It is designated use for faculty and staff parking only.
When picking up students, parents should form a line around the perimeter of the parking lot. Parents will not be allowed to park and wait for students in the paved parking lot or the gravel lot. Students walking through the parking lot to locate parked vehicle creates a safety risk.
Thank you for your adherence to these procedures.
Grades 2, 3 and 4
Do not drop your child at school before 8:00 a.m.; there is no adult supervision prior to this time.
The Burke/Memorial School Complex drop-off, pick-up, and parking areas are set up in three sections. The first section is visitor parking. Do not park in spaces marked "Reserve Parking." The second section with the island is the drop-off and pick-up lanes. Enter this section if you are dropping off or picking up your child. Pull your vehicle up as far as possible in either of the drop-off lanes. A crossing guard will be there to ensure the safety of the children. The third section (closest to the school) is for
BUS AND EMERGENCY USE ONLY. At NO time should any parent drop-off, pick-up or park in this area.
Attention: Please do not call your child across the driveway in between the cars and buses. All children who are being picked up must use the crosswalk.
Parent Reminder: Parents and staff members are role models to all of our children; please use the crosswalk to help set an example for the children.
When visiting our school, guests are welcome to park in the visitor parking lot in front of Memorial School, in the Center Street lot behind the Memorial School or in the lot behind the Burke School. At no time should visitors park in the pick-up lane or the fire lane (closest to school).
All students who arrive after the start time should go to the office. They will be marked tardy. Please do not bring your child to his/her classroom. Teachers are unable to converse with parents after the arrival of their students.
Pre-Kindergarten, Kindergarten, and Grade 1
Please do not drop-off your child at the school before 8:35 a.m. There will be no supervision for the children prior to this time.
Enter the McGovern School driveway by staying in the right hand lane. At the
top of the driveway, bear right into the faculty parking lot. Proceed to the end
and turn left into the student drop-off and pick-up lane. Drop your child off or pick him/her up in the designated area. Proceed immediately to the exit lane to leave
the complex, making special note of the stop signs for child safety.
At no time should vehicles be parked or left unattended in the pick-up and drop-off lane.
No vehicles are allowed in the circle area in front of the building during the drop-off and pick-up period.
Buses only will be utilizing the middle lane in the driveway. Other vehicles will be restricted to the outside enter and exit lanes.
Do not drop off or pick-up your child in the faculty parking area as this may pose a safety issue.
Pick-up and drop-off is restricted to the designated areas.
All students who arrive after the start time should go to the respective school office. They will be marked tardy. Please do not bring your child to his/her classroom. Teachers are unable to converse with parents after the arrival of their students.