Capri Information

Drop-off and Pick-up

Instruction begins daily at 7:55 am and our campus is open and supervised beginning at 7:43 am daily. Please remember to drive all the way forward when dropping off or picking up your child. Under no circumstances are you to leave your car unattended in our drive through circle. There is no parking in the drive through - it is for drop off and pick up only.

Parents dropping students at the front of the school must observe the following:

    • The circular driveway in front of the school is for pick-up and drop off only.
    • The red bus stop area is for school buses only. Do not stop in front of the entrance or exit.
    • It is against the law to park in front of a curb painted red or yellow. The crossing guard often blocks these areas with orange cones.
    • Turning left out of the parking lot is prohibited. There is a right-turn only sign as you exit to remind you.
    • Safety for children walking or riding bicycles is of utmost importance. It is your responsibility to slow down, observe all stop signs, o
      bey the crossing guard, and keep an eye out for children walking close to the edge of the sidewalk.
    • Do not block neighborhood driveways at any time. Cars will be ticketed or towed.
    • It is against the law to park in a space designated for disabled persons. Habitual violators will be reported to police.


Students walking to and from school are 

encouraged to walk with family members or friends, not alone. Students are expected to follow the school's behavioral standards and all safety laws, including crossing at the crosswalk. Parents can set a good example by following the safety laws at all times. Make sure your child is familiar with the safety laws and how to handle an emergency situation.

The local police department employs a crossing guard to assist students at the corner of Virginia and Hacienda. Students must cross only when the crossing guard has deemed it is safe. The guard will blow one whistle when s/he enters the crosswalk and then two whistles when students are safe to cross.

Riding Bicycles

Third- through fifth-grade students are eligible to ride their bicycles to school. Students must lock licensed bicycles (one per lock) to the racks provided next to the B wing. The district will not be responsible for bicycles which are lost, stolen, or damaged. 

The law requires children to wear helmets when riding. While on campus, students must walk their bicycles. When riding off campus, students must obey all traffic rules. Violations may result in a student losing his or her bicycle riding privilege.