Principal asks parents to obey traffic law
Umina Beach Public School principal Ms Lyn Davis has asked parents to obey the traffic law during the morning and afternoon school pick up.
She said the school had received a number of complaints about unsafe behaviour.
The police had been contacted, and fines had been issued for traffic offences.
"It has been brought to my attention by a number of concerned parents that unfortunately not everyone is following the road rules around our school perimeter that keep our school community safe.
"It is important that people do not let children out of the car in the mornings or beckon them to the car in the afternoon when they are double-parked.
"Recently we have had police and traffic officers attend both before and after school and some people have been fined for traffic offences.
"We have contacted the police so that our school can be monitored more frequently as I would hate for someone to be seriously injured," Ms Davis said.
Newsletter, 13 Aug 2019
Lyn Davis, Umina Beach Public School
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