Lower School Chaperone Training Finishes for the YearBy Sara Kendall | Oct. 3, 2011
Each year, the lower school provides training for parents interested in chaperoning field trips, and in the last two years, Harker has had about 600 parents go through chaperone training. The evening meetings help maintain Harker’s commitment to safety by making sure chaperones best know how to assist the teachers on school outings to keep students secure. Approximately 45 parents attended the final training for Bucknall field trips, held in late September, and can now join students on off-campus trips. Chaperones-in-training heard Joe Connolly, dean of students K-5, cover everything from the buddy system to bus safety.
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