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PROSPECT ELEMENTARY GIRARD City Schools Girard Junior High School 1244 Shannon Road 7‐8 Prospect Elementary School’s Students 2011‐2012 Average Daily Student Enrollment

May 05, 2018

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  • PROSPECT ELEMENTARY GIRARD INTERMEDIATE GIRARD JUNIOR HIGH

    SAFEROUTESTOSCHOOLSCHOOLTRAVELPLAN

    January8,2014

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    SchoolDistrict SchoolName SchoolAddress Gradesserved

    GirardCitySchools ProspectElementarySchool 700E.ProspectStreet K3

    GirardCitySchools GirardIntermediateSchool 702E.ProspectStreet 46

    GirardCitySchools GirardJuniorHighSchool 1244ShannonRoad 78

    ProspectElementarySchoolsStudents20112012AverageDaily

    StudentEnrollment

    Black,non

    Hispanic

    AmericanIndianorAlaskaNative

    Asianor

    PacificIslander

    Hispanic MultiRacial

    White,non

    Hispanic

    EconomicallyDisadvantaged

    LimitedEnglish

    Proficient

    Studentswith

    Disabilities

    Migrant

    534 4.1% 6.3% 88.8% 57.3% 12.2%

    GirardIntermediateSchoolsStudents20112012AverageDaily

    StudentEnrollment

    Black,non

    Hispanic

    AmericanIndianorAlaskaNative

    Asianor

    PacificIslander

    Hispanic MultiRacial

    White,non

    Hispanic

    EconomicallyDisadvantaged

    LimitedEnglish

    Proficient

    Studentswith

    Disabilities

    Migrant

    421 6.3% 4.9% 88.2% 54.5% 14.7%

    GirardJuniorHighSchoolsStudents20112012AverageDaily

    StudentEnrollment

    Black,non

    Hispanic

    AmericanIndianorAlaskaNative

    Asianor

    PacificIslander

    Hispanic MultiRacial

    White,non

    Hispanic

    EconomicallyDisadvantaged

    LimitedEnglish

    Proficient

    Studentswith

    Disabilities

    Migrant

    289 5.7% 91% 45.6% 16.6%

    SECTION1:OURSCHOOLS

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    SchoolRepresentatives:Name Emailaddress 5ERole:DebbieGratz,ProspectElem.Principal [email protected] GregBonamase,GISPrincipal [email protected] JenniferSantangelo,Jr.HighPrincipal [email protected] EvaluationBillRyser,Sr.HighPrincipal [email protected] BillChristofil,Sr.HighAsst.Principal [email protected]

    CommunityRepresentatives:

    Name Emailaddress 5ERole:MikeCostarella [email protected] BillBell [email protected]

    LocalGovernmentRepresentatives:

    Name Emailaddress 5ERole:JamesMelfi,Mayor [email protected] PeteCardiero,Zoning [email protected] EngineeringReynoldPaolone,CouncilPresident [email protected] LarrySteiner,2ndWardCouncil [email protected] GeorgeEicher,3rdWardCouncil [email protected]

    EducationRepresentative:

    Name Emailaddress 5ERole:DavidCappuzzello,Superintendent [email protected] DianeAlejars,B.O.EPresident [email protected] RichardRees,B.O.E.VicePresident [email protected] EducationCherylAsente,B.O.E.Member [email protected]

    HealthRepresentatives:

    Name Emailaddress 5ERole:DianeSproviero,GISNurse [email protected] EncouragementSteveValley,GISPhys.Ed [email protected]

    PublicSafetyRepresentatives:Name Emailaddress 5ERole:JeffPalmer,PoliceChief [email protected] EnforcementScottStrain,PoliceResourceOfficer

    1A. TheleadcontactforourPlanis:Name:RichardRees

    Affiliation:GirardCitySchoolBoard

    PhoneNumber:3305395827

    Emailaddress:[email protected]

    Mailingaddress:704E.ProspectStreet,Girard,OH44420

    ConsultantTeam:

    MattSimpson,RLA,LEEDAP

    ChrisKogelnik,P.E.

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    TheVISIONforthisSchoolTravelPlanisto:

    Createasaferenvironmentforwalkersandbicyclistsbyprovidingawellconnectednetworkofsidewalksandpathsthatlinkthecommunitytotheschools.

    Encouragestudentstowalkandbiketoschoolthroughtheuseofactivitiesthatarefun,educationalandthatbuildinterestinactivetransportation.

    SECTION2:OURSRTSVISION

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    ProspectElementarySchool3A. Howmanystudentslivewithinwalkingandbicyclingdistanceofschool?

    (Distancesarecumulative;meaningthatwithin1/2mileofschoolincludesstudentswithinmileaswell.)

    DistanceFromSchool NumberofStudents %ofStudentBody

    Within1/4mileofschool 17 3%

    Within1/2mileofschool 92 17%

    Within1mileofschool 333 62%

    Within2milesofschool 435 81%

    SECTION3:CURRENTSTUDENTTRAVEL

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    Mappingstudentaddresses

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    3B. Howmanystudentsarecurrentlywalkingandbicyclingtoschool?Whataretheprimarywalkingandbicyclingroutes?Thetablebelowisfromthestudenttraveltallysummaryreportandfromdiscussionswithschoolofficials.

    3C. Arethereanyschoolordistrictpoliciesthatimpactstudentswalkingorbicycling

    toschool?Thelistbelowidentifiesschooldistrictpoliciesthatmayaffectastudentsabilityordecisiontowalktoschool.

    DistrictBusPolicies

    Policy:TheSchoolDistrictprovidestransportationforthosestudentswhosedistancefromtheirschoolmakethisservicenecessary.Childrenlivingbeyondthefollowingwalkinglimitsareentitledtobustransportation.

    Kindergarten:1mile

    Grades1through6:1mile

    Grades7through12:2miles

    Busroutesareestablishedsothatbusstopsareavailablewithinreasonablewalkingdistancefromthehomeofeverytransportedstudent.

    Howitaffectsstudenttravelmodes:Thebustransportationpolicyprovidesstudentswithasafealternativetogettoandfromschool.

    SchoolTravelPolicies

    Policy:TheSchoolDistricthasproceduresdirectedtowardthesafetyandhealthofstudentsduringtransportationtoandfromschool.Theseproceduresincludepromotingbussafety,assessingthesafetyofschooltrafficpatternsandpromotingsafetyinoutdooractivities.

    Howitaffectsstudenttravelmodes:AssessingtheschooltrafficpatternsenablestheSchoolDistricttoidentifysafetyissuesanddeterminesolutionsthatimprovethestudenttravelenvironment.

    Walk Bike SchoolbusFamilyVehicle Carpool

    PublicTransit Other

    Numberofstudents(morningtrips)

    2% 0% 80% 18% 0.3% 0% 0%

    Numberofstudents(afternoontrips)

    0.8% 0% 84% 15% 0% 0% 0%

    Primarywalking/bicyclingroutes

    Veryfewstudentswalkorbiketoschool.ForsytheAvenueistheprimarystreetusedtoaccesstheschool

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    3D. SchoolArrivalandDismissalProcess.Thequestionsandresponsesbelow,describekeyschoolarrivalanddismissalprocedures.

    Doschoolbusesandparentvehiclesusethesamedrivewayforarrivalanddismissal?Yes,allvehiclesusethesamedriveway.No,thereareseparatedrivewaysforfamilyvehiclesandschoolbuses.

    Doallstudentsusethesameentrancetotheschoolbuildinginthemorning?Yes,allstudentsenterthebuildingatthesamelocation.No,studentscanusedifferententrances.

    Ifno,inthreesentencesorless,describehowstudentsenterthebuilding:Areallstudentsreleasedatthesametimeduringdismissal?

    Yes,allstudentsarereleasedatthesametime.No,weuseastaggeredreleaseprocess(walkersarereleasedfirst,busriders

    second,etc.).Ifno,intwosentencesorless,describehowdismissalisstaggeredatyourschool: Isschoolstaffinvolvedineitherarrivalordismissal?

    Yes,wehaveschoolstaffhelpstudentsenterandexitthecampussafely.No,schoolstaffisnotinvolvedineitherarrivalordismissal.

    Ifyes,intwosentencesorless,describehowschoolstaffareinvolvedinschoolarrivalanddismissal:StaffmonitorsparentsasstudentsenterandexitthebuildingArethereanyadultcrossingguardslocatedalongstudentwalkingroutes?

    Yes,wehaveatleastoneadultcrossingguardthathelpsstudentsontheirwalkingroutes.

    No,wedonothaveanyadultcrossingguardsservingourschool.Ifyes,pleaselistthelocationsforeachadultcrossingguard:Aretherepoliceofficersthathelpwitharrivalordismissalproceduresatthisschool?

    Yes,wehaveatleastonepoliceofficerhelpingdirecttrafficaroundourschool.Nowedonothavepoliceofficerswhohelpdirecttrafficaroundtheschool.

    Ifyes,intwosentencesorless,explainhowmanyofficershelpandwhatroletheyplayinarrivalordismissal:PoliceofficersperiodicallyArestudentsinvolvedinanyarrivalordismissalprocess(i.e.studentsafetypatrol)?

    Yes,wehaveastudentsafetypatrol.No,wedonothaveastudentsafetypatrol.

    Ifyes,intwosentencesorless,describetheroleofthestudentsafetypatrolatbotharrivalanddismissal:

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    Conflictswithpedestrians,automobilesandschoolbusesduringdropoffandpickuptimes.

    InsufficientschoolAdvancedWarningSignsandSchoolSpeedLimitSigns

    Missingsidewalksonthenorthsideofthebuildinginfrontoftheschool.

    Missingand/orfadedcrosswalksandschoolzonepavementmarking

    3E. ParentAttitudestowardswalkingandbiking.Belowarethetop5reasonsidentifiedintheParentSurveythatimpactthedecisionsofparentswhocurrentlyDONOTallowtheirchildrentowalkorbicycletoschool:

    Reasonsfornotallowingchildrentowalkorbicycletoschool:DistancetotheSchoolWeatherorclimateSafetyofIntersectionsandCrossingsSpeedoftrafficalongtheroute

    Amountoftrafficalongtheroute

    3F. SafetyIssuesandConcerns.BelowisaSummaryoftrafficsafetyissuesandconcernsthatweregatheredfromtheSRTSteam,parentsandthecommunityatlarge.

    Relevanttrafficcrashes.Thefollowingsummarizescrashdatareportsrecordedwithin2milesoftheschoolsitesfortheprevious3yearsforwhichdataisavailable(20092011).

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