Cross Walk Guard

The duties of Cross Walk Guards is to direct or escort pedestrians across streets or cross walk paths, stopping traffic as necessary.  

Pick up your STOP sign in the Front Office, and then return it when you’re done.

 

Morning Shift  7:45 AM – 8:05 AM

Afternoon Shift  3:20 PM – 3:40 PM

 

Below is the schedule for Cross Walk…

 

Front Crosswalk

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Morning Shift

Jonae Enriquez

Georgina Paz

Jonae Enriquez

Jodi Hobbs             

Jonae Enriquez

7:45 AM - 8:05 AM

(620) 255-6826

(620) 255-3581

(620) 255-6826

(620) 682-0757 

(620) 255-6826

Afternoon Shift

Jeff Sutton

Gretchen Torrez

Gretchen Torrez

 

Gretchen Torrez

3:20 PM - 3:40 PM

(620) 255-0451

(620) 393-5400

(620) 393-5400

 

(620) 393-5400

           
           

Back Crosswalk

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Morning Shift

Catie Beardshear

Megan Wright

Sabrina Mendoza

Diana Turner

Roberta Lopez

7:45 AM - 8:05 AM

(620) 339-0881

(620) 408-7848

 

(620) 789-3031

(620) 253-0453

Afternoon Shift

Carolyn Durler

Monica Hernandez

Marian Riekenberg

Carolyn Durler

Ed Longmeyer 

3:20 PM - 3:40 PM

(620) 430-0169

(620) 253-5528

(620) 253-4025

(620) 430-0169

 (620) 338-0924

N. Gym Door

 

 

Rebecca Lee 

 

 Roberta Lopez

3:20 PM - 3:40 PM

 

 

 (620) 408-5960

 

(620) 253-0453

 

 

Substitute for Cross Walk…

Patrick Klecker – (620) 338-2986

 

We still have openings for Cross Walk Guard duty.  If you can fill a date, please click on the link below.

www.SignUpGenius.com/go/5080944A5A82AA5F94-cross

 

FAQ’s

Q:What happens if my job requires me to be out of town on my scheduled day?

A:Look at the schedule, call another cross walk guard and see if you can switch days.  If not, then go through the substitute list.  If you’re still not finding a replacement, call Leslie or Mindy.

Q:What if it is raining or snowing?

 

A:The students still are going to school and need to cross safely.  These types of weather

conditions are even more important to have cross walk guards.  SAFETY FIRST.