Dear Parents and Guardians,
Now that you’ve finished gathering school supplies, reviewing your child’s fall wardrobe, and seeing summer weather begin to cool down a bit, we need to take a moment to address one of the most important concerns that we all share: safe and timely transportation to and from school.
Please take a moment to review our School Transportation Plan below.
For students using a commercial bus or cab service
We have been working with those services and dispatch offices over the summer to prepare for the first day of school. With many new drivers starting each year, and all of our students adjusting to school routines, it typically takes about a week to address issues of students arriving home without undue delay. If you or your child experiences an issue with transportation by a commercial bus/cab service, we would like to help. Please call us at x111.
For students driven by a parent or guardian
- When you arrive, simply join the line of vehicles in our back parking lot.
- Please retain your child in your car until reaching the designated safe drop-off area, where our friendly, welcoming staff will assist you and greet your child.
Elementary/Middle School vehicles enter and exit by the greenhouse on Prospect Place and park along the Mass Pike wall or in any empty space in our back lot. Please come to the HS building for sign-out.
High School vehicles enter campus at Simms Court from Washington Street (by the funeral home), where staff will guide you around to line up on Allen Place next to the yellow house and arrange for your child to meet you at your car. After your child arrives at your car, please proceed to the exit at Washington and Allen Place. Please note that the funeral home does not permit LPS parking on their lot.
Learning Prep School coordinates 150 vehicles in safely transporting students to and from campus each day. We thank you in advance for your support, and we look forward to a wonderful year.
Please feel free to call extension x111 with any questions.
This process begins on Monday, August 29, 2016