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Traffic backed up for Bernie Wolfe's first day PHOTO BY DAN FALLOON Southbound traffic on Bournais Drive was backed up to Pandora Avenue during the first day of school at Bernie Wolfe Community School on Sept.
4. Though the City of Winnipeg has reiterated it is discouraging using Bournais Drive, on which the school is located, as a shortcut, motorists have disregarded the message. Bournais is the nearest crossing to Plessis, as crossings on Lagimodiere Boulevard and Ravenhurst Street are three kilometres and four kilometres away, respectively. Bernie Wolfe principal Andy Zarrillo said the school has teamed adult crossing guards with its school aged patrols for added safety, and has also new pandora bracelet boosted the number of staff working before and pandora charms anniversary after school to make sure students are safely transported. "We anticipated an increase in traffic. We definitely prepared for it," said Zarrillo. "The traffic issue has been here before the closure of Plessis Road. Now, it more congested and people need to be more patient. "I think we done a good job making sure kids and families have been able to cross the intersection (at Bournais and Rougeau Avenue) safely." Zarrillo said he didn notice much different about the patterns of students making their way to class, with no more late than usual at first blush. He noted the school location next to the railroad tracks has made tardiness an ongoing challenge for students. "They can always call the school," Zarrillo said. "With the trains, we would have some of our school buses arrive late, and they would give us a heads up if they were going to pandora create your own bracelet be late. We had to deal with that before." Karen Dyck and husband Randy drove their son to school for the first day of Grade 6, to help him carry all of his supplies. The Dycks left home 15 minutes earlier than normal, as Karen noted she can leave her home street of Heartstone Drive onto Pandora or Bournais if a train is going by. "It makes it a little more difficult," she said. "Everything has to be done sooner." Dyck said her son will be walking for the foreseeable future, though, but she concerned about the city response to the increase in traffic. Though raised crosswalks were installed on Bournais in front of the school, she observed the additions are not making a difference in drivers speeds. "The cars aren even slowing down," she said. "It supposed to be 30 (km/h). That wasn 30," she added, pointing to a car crossing the bump.
Another local parent, also named Karen, who didn want her last name used, lives on Dzyndra Crescent near the retired pandora charms school. She would drive, dropping off her daughter on the way to work, but said she will be opting to walk until the crossing reopens. She was also concerned about the bumps, and suggested other options.
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