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PARKING AND DROP OFF CHANGES....
Hello Marysville Getchell Families:
We would like to communicate a few changes to our parking lot and traffic flow. We have made these changes in order to further support student safety and to facilitate flow of traffic both in and out of our campus.
With the changes, students will be able to plan the appropriate amount of time to get from their parking spots to their classroom. These changes will also address the concerns brought by both students and adults with regarding to student drop off and pick up before and after school.
Beginning September 9, 2015 we will have assigned parking spots for both students and staff. Student parking will be free of charge and located in lots “A “ and “B”. In order to park on campus, students are required to obtain a parking pass. Students will be able to select their parking spot on a first-come first-served basis. Parking passes will be available beginning September 1st and 2nd during our back to school check in days.
Visitor parking has also changed. All visitor parking will be located in Lot “V” (in front of the gym E/F building). The location of the visitor parking will allow for a central location and access to all five buildings on our campus.
The student drop off/pick up location is now located ONLY in the turnaround area in lot “V”. Lot “V” is located directly in front of the gym E/F building.
Staff parking ONLY will be in lots “C” and “D” (in front of ISC, ACE and BIO). Lot “D” parking area (in front of ACE and BIO) will no longer be a student drop off area or visitor parking. This change will alleviate the traffic congestion we see in the morning and after school going into and out of that lot.
Shawn Stevenson, ACE Principal
Angela Delgado, BioMed Principal
Susan Hegeberg, ISC Principal
Dave Rose, SFE Principal
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