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School’s open, stay alert
Wednesday, September 9, 2020 by Tai Moses
While AISD students are starting school this week with four weeks of remote learning, crossing guards – wearing face masks and observing social distance – are still at their posts to protect any students who are attending classes at physical campuses. School zone flashing beacons are also in operation. Safe Routes to School Program Manager Amir Emamian said in a news release, “The school year might look a little different this year, but we want to make sure that our kids are safe when they’re walking and biking to school.” Motorists are reminded to be on the lookout for kids crossing the street, stay alert for the flashing beacons, observe the speed limits, and above all, don’t text while driving.
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