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Students head back to the classroom

Posted on September 6, 2016 by 40 Mile Commentator
Photo by Jamie Rieger-A bright, clearly marked sign posted at the west end of the school zone by Senator Gershaw School reminds motorists to slow down.

Students throughout Prairie Rose School Divison headed back to the classroom last Thursday. A new sign is posted at the west end of the school zone by Senator Gershaw that clearly shows the 30 km/hr speed limit. The Bow Island Foremost RCMP is reminding motorists of recent changes to the speed limits through school/playground zones that went into effect on Spet. 1. The new times for speed limits through school/playground zones are 7:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m., year round.

Photo by Jamie Rieger-A bright, clearly marked sign posted at the west end of the school zone by Senator Gershaw School reminds motorists to slow down.

Photo by Jamie Rieger-A bright, clearly marked sign posted at the west end of the school zone by Senator Gershaw School reminds motorists to slow down.

Photo by Jamie Rieger- Burdett School prinicipal Laurie Cooper calls out the names of her students as the board their buses at Bow island Elementary to head to Burdett School on the first day of classes last week.

Photo by Jamie Rieger- Burdett School prinicipal Laurie Cooper calls out the names of her students as the board their buses at Bow island Elementary to head to Burdett School on the first day of classes last week.

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