Bedrock Play School receives caution signs warning drivers | DrumhellerMail
Last updateTue, 28 May 2024 4pm

Bedrock Play School receives caution signs warning drivers

After moving to the basement of the Knox United Church, the Bedrock Play School became concerned with the heavy flow of traffic on 3rd Avenue with young children around. To help ward off speeders and carelessness, the school has been given permission from the Town of Drumheller to post two school children crossing signs on the corner of Bedrock Play School.
“Some of the parents walk their children to school everday, so we placed signs out on the boulevard to warn drives to be cautious and watch for children and their families crossing,” said Bedrock Playschool President Kim Pliva.
Bedrock made the move last year, and are welcoming a new teacher, Karen Block, who began on May 1. The school has als been newly renovated, becoming a bright space that is well equipped with many new toys and various learning centres.
Bedrock’s Annual General Meeting will be held on Tuesday, May 19 at 7 p.m. in the lower Knox Church. The meeting will review the past year’s activities, and new executive officers for some positions will be elected.
Registration night for the upcoming school year will be held on Tuesday, June 16.
Both registration and the meeting will give opprotunity to see the new facility, learn how the Bedrock Play School society operates, and meet the newly acquired teacher, Mrs. Karen Block.playschool-bw.jpg

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