A comprehensive traffic control plan can help ensure that everyone is safe and traffic can move smoothly. The guidelines that have been implemented by our security creates a balanced environment which accommodates the needs of all modes of transportation - pedestrians, cyclists and motorists.
Below is our ISPS traffic control plan and map of traffic flow for pick-up/ drop-off of our Elementary, Middle and High School students.
Please follow the rules that help to make ISPS safer for our community:
- Parents must notify the school if there is a change of their driver or pick up arrangements via letter and phone call.
(Ms. Pilar Subero: 633-4777 ext. 224 or firstname.lastname@example.org
- Head of Security: Anthony Ralph (email@example.com)/ Michael Charles (firstname.lastname@example.org)
- Parents must avoid parallel parking on Columbus Circle leading to ISPS. This not only inconveniences the residents but it blocks the thoroughfare should there be a need for an evacuation of the school or any emergency situation.
- PLEASE NOTE: there is a police presence in the area. Should anyone be found parking irregularly to obstruct traffic flow, parking in front of a resident’s driveway, or breaching any Motor Vehicles and Road Traffic Regulations, they can and will be ticketed by the police officers or towed at the owner's expense.
- Vehicles parked in front of the school’s main office area MUST have their engines turned OFF while you wait to collect your child/children.
- During the sounding of any of the school’s alarms, NO vehicular traffic will be allowed to pass the school’s security barrier. Also you will be expected to vacate your vehicle and proceed to the school’s Muster Point (located on Spanish Court Field)
- The speed limit for traffic on the campus and on International Drive is 5kph.
- Parents MUST sign and return a Pedestrian Form if you require your child/children to walk home after school.
- Parents must insist that their child/children be outside for pick-up at a particular time, thus shortening your waiting time.
- Be polite to other drivers and try to leave room for easy maneuvering at the curb.
- Do not use cellphones or text while picking up or dropping off children.
A. Ralph, Head Security and Safety