The third and final CAA School Zone Safety Assessment for the school year was done at the Shaunavon High School on June 20th.
Staff from the town of Shaunavon, the local RCMP and community volunteers worked onsite to track risky behavior by motorists, pedestrians and cyclists.
The assessment took place before school from 8:15 until 8:50 a.m., at lunch from 11:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and after school from 3:00 until 3:30 p.m.
Shaunavon Regional Bylaw Officer, Bonnie Lingenfelter said, "So, the top one was speeding in the school zone. There were 43 that were tracked. And that tracking was done just in the morning, and after school. There was no tracking for the speeding infractions during the noon hour."
She added that The top pedestrian risky behavior was jaywalking and the top cyclist risky behavior was not wearing a helmet.
With assessments also done this school year at Christ the King School and the Shaunavon Public School, Regional Bylaw Officer, Bonnie Lingenfelter, said there's a possibility of more assessments being done in the future.
Lingenfelter said that she would like to thank the RCMP , town staff, and the local volunteers for all their help.