The CAA School Zone Safety Assessment is a free online application that tracks the identified risky behaviors in  school zones.

The Town of Shaunavon recently completed an assessment at Christ the King School. 

Staff from the Town of Shaunavon, the local RCMP Detachment and community volunteers worked onsite May 17 to track risky behaviors.

The top risky pedestrian behaviors were jaywalking and failing to look both ways before crossing the street.

The top risky cyclist behaviors were not wearing a helmet, not dismounting the bike to cross the street and failing to look both ways.

And the top hazardous driving behaviors that motorists perform were failing to yield or stop, speeding, and failing to signal to turn or to change lanes.

Shaunavon Regional Bylaw Officer, Bonnie Lingenfelter, talked about the top risky behaviors, saying "We had 27 with speeding, 34 not stopping, and 42 jaywalking. Those are the highest ones."

There was an assessment done at the Public School in March, and Lingenfelter says there will be one done soon at The Shaunavon High School.