CAA Saskatchewan welcomes O.M. Irwin Middle School from Swift Current, the newest school to enroll in the CAA Saskatchewan School Safety Patrol program.
Constable Ryan Cooney, Principal Larry Kielo, and CAA’s Clare Britz along with patrollers from O.M. Irwin Middle School
CAA Saskatchewan School Safety Patrol Program
Since the creation of the School Safety Patrol program in 1922 by the Chicago Motor Club, millions of youthful volunteers have served as School Safety Patrollers in more than 30 countries. CAA/AAA Clubs sponsor school safety patrol programs in more than 50,000 schools.
CAA Saskatchewan has coordinated and managed the School Safety Patrol program since 1951 and now, approximately 3,924 patrollers assist in 57 communities with approximately 150 schools around the province. CAA Saskatchewan supplies training materials, stop paddles and reflective vests free of charge. Caps, toques and some other items are available at cost. There has never been a serious or fatal injury collision at a crosswalk controlled by our CAA School Safety Patrollers.
If you have any questions about the School Safety patrol program or would like to start a patrol at your school, please contact Clare Britz at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 306.310.6222 ext. 0991.
To order CAA School Safety Patrol supplies, please use one of the forms below.
CAA Saskatchewan produces an annual newsletter for CAA School Safety Patrol coordinators called The Guardian. Check out the latest issue.
CAA School Safety Patrol Jamboree
CAA Saskatchewan also hosts an annual Provincial School Safety Patrol Jamboree to recognize and honour volunteer patrollers from around the province for helping their fellow students learn more about pedestrian and traffic safety. The Jamboree is held every May in Regina (in conjunction with School Safety Patrol Week), which is proclaimed by the provincial government's minister of education. The CAA School Safety Patrol Jamboree is attended by more than 120 patrollers and chaperones. The agenda includes visits to Government House and the Saskatchewan Science Centre. Entertainment and other fun activities are also part of the weekend festivities.
2015 CAA School Safety Patrol Jamboree
CAA Saskatchewan coordinated the 25th Annual CAA School Safety Patrol Jamboree from May 1 to 3, 2015 in Regina. Patrollers from Estevan, Gravelbourg, Kindersley, Maple Creek, Martensville, Moose Jaw, North Battleford, Prince Albert, Regina, Rosetown, Rouleau, Sandy Bay, Saskatoon, Spiritwood, Weyburn and Wynyard gathered for a fun-filled weekend.
The Jamboree is hosted every year by CAA Saskatchewan to show appreciation to the volunteer school safety patrollers from around the province for the valuable work they do throughout the school year.
If you would like to enroll your school in the CAA School Safety Patrol Program, please contact Clare Britz at email@example.com or by phone at 306.310.6222 ext. 0991. More schools and patrollers are certainly welcome!
Special Guest Speaker at the CAA Saskatchewan 25th School Safety Patrol Jamboree
Ashlyn George, the 2015 Saskatchewanderer, was the special guest speaker for the welcome dinner on April 30th. Ashlyn is a great role model for all the CAA Super School Safety Patrollers. She has great dedication and enthusiasm to for her role as Saskatchewan’s ambassador, helping to promote Saskatchewan as the best place to live, work and play. During her presentation to the patrollers, chaperones, and special guests, Ashlyn focused on her journeys and experiences as a world and now Saskatchewan traveller, demonstrating and how she was able to make her goals and dreams come true. Ashlyn has spent 24 months travelling the globe and has visited more than 300 cities in 37 countries. According to Ashlyn, “nothing beats meeting new people, trying new food and experiencing spectacular landscapes. And now I’m doing that in my home province: Saskatchewan.
CAA Saskatchewan is proud to be the exclusive sponsor of the 2015 Saskatchewanderer.
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