Minneapolis School Safety Patrol Program
Fifty-two Minneapolis schools are part of the Minneapolis School Safety Program
School Safety Program
- Walking Patrol students guide and guard other students as they cross streets in and out of school.
- Bus Patrol students help the driver make sure the bus riding students behave and follow the rules.
- Bus Patrol students are taught how to do an emergency evacuation; turn off the motor and use the radio to call for help.
Qualifications Needed for being a Patrol member:
- Students must have leadership traits, passing grades and no history of bad behavior.
- They must learn and use the program skills:
- How to lead, focus, give commands, take reports, use flags and have good manners.
- We believe this program helps develop outstanding citizenship qualities.
- The program is greatly praised by community members.
- The program changes and saves lives.
- At the end of the year, students receive a certificate of appreciation from AAA, and can take a field trip to Nickelodeon Universe at Mall of America.
- The American Legion and Minnesota Highway Patrol set the training standards and guidelines.
- AAA supports the program with equipment and grants.
Agent Antoine D Berryman at [email protected]
We would love to expand this program.
Last updated Mar 25, 2019