As the next step in our campus security upgrades, we intend to commission the barriers at the entrance of the school in the coming weeks. Drivers will need a proximity card in order to access the school’s drop-off/pick-up zones and parking areas. These cards will also serve as picture ID badges for all campus access as we start to gradually reopen the campus.
In order to issue parents and drivers with these cards, we have created a schedule below to take your pictures. Access cards will be issued at a later date, before the barriers are commissioned.
The picture-taking process is quick. We will ask you to write your name on a card as well as the names of your children and your relationship (parent/guardian/driver). We will also ask for the licence plate numbers of vehicles that may be used to collect your children. This, along with a quick photo, is all we need. Estimated time to complete the process is just two or three minutes per person. We have included some times during the Festive Break for those who will be staying in Lusaka. Since we need to do this for several hundred people, please consider stopping by sooner rather than later.
Please feel free to show up at any of the times listed below:
→ Monday, 4 January to Friday, 15 January (weekend not included) from 12:00hrs to 13:30hrs at the secondary school entrance.
→ Tuesday, 19 January to Friday, 22 January from 07:15hrs to 08:00hrs in the Primary School parking lot.
→ Saturday, 30 January and Sunday, 31 January from 13:00 to 14:30hrs.
After these scheduled hours, picture taking can be arranged by appointment.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact our Security Manager, Mark Haynes, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Parent Information Sessions
Here are the upcoming sessions – all parents are welcome and encouraged to attend: