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​​​We have received the results of the 2019 school climate survey that was open to all of our students in grades 4-8, as well as staff and parents.  Detailed results will be shared with staff and school council.  See below for a summary of highlights.

Student Safety

December 21, 2017

​elmer safety elephant.pngAs parents and educators, one of our foremost concerns is the safety and well-being of our children. Periodically it is important to remind our children of how they can keep themselves safe while in the community.

Please reinforce with your children the importance of the following safety precautions:

  • Always walk with a buddy.
  • Choose one route to school and always take that route.
  • Walk to and from school directly, don't stop to play and let a parent know when you have arrived home.
  • Walk on the sidewalk well away from parked or moving cars (not down an alley).
  • If you are at a traffic light, remember to continue across the street if the sign turns to "Don't Walk" while you are crossing.
  • You should cross the street only at corners or pedestrian crosswalks.
  • Do not cross the street from between parked cars.
  • Never talk to a stranger or accept anything from a stranger.
  • If someone approaches you or tries to speak with you or follow you run to the nearest store, school or familiar location.
  • If you are approached or notice someone watching you tell your parent/guardian or a school staff member immediately.

This message is a precautionary measure to keep our children safe.   If you have any concerns regarding something you observe or child reports you should contact the police immediately.

The website, is a great resource with lots of information, activities and safety-related games you can play with your child.