Nebo School District
School Access Route
Brockbank Elementary School
School Access Route
Brockbank Elementary School
In accordance with state standards, Brockbank Elementary School has identified school access routes for Brockbank School students who live within the walk boundary established for the school. A map showing the identified routs can be viewed by the following link: https://www.snapforschools.com/organization/schools/map/print
The intent of a School Access Route Plan is not to identify every school access route or to identify the more convenient school access routes; it is to identify main walk/bike routes that appear to be secure. Care has been taken to consult with local law enforcement, school PTA and School Community Council representatives, and the District’s traffic safety committee in establishing these school access routes. Despite broad consultation and unanimous agreement from all parties involved in establishing these routes, no one, including the Nebo School District and Brockbank Elementary School can guarantee that the agreed upon school access routes are or will ever be completely free from hazards.
Parents are encouraged to walk or bike the school access routes with their child/children, to address specific concerns they may have, and to instruct their child/children to obey the laws and rules pertaining to pedestrian safety. If a parent feels their child/children should use a school access route that is not identified in this plan, it is a parent’s prerogative to instruct their child/children as to what they feel is best for them.
As previously stated, the intent of a School Access Route Plan is not to identify every school access route or to identity the more convenient school access routes. For this plan, school access routes leading to the school from areas where clusters of students live, have been identified and are described below.
School Access Route Descriptions:
Brockbank Elementary School Access Route
Section 1—Students living along 630 West and west of 630 West, and south of 400 North and north of Center Street, are to get to 630 West and proceed north to 400 North. On 400 North, students need to stay on the south side of the sidewalk and head east to 300 West. They should then cross at that intersection where there is a crossing guard. Proceed north on the sidewalk to the school.
Section 2—Students living south of Center Street and between Main Street and 475 West, should make their way north, to Center Street. When they get to Center Street, they need to stay on the south side of the road, crossing at 200 West at the 4-way stop sign. When they arrive at 300 West, students need to stay on the east side of the intersection and stay on the east side of the sidewalk until they reach 400 North where there is a crossing guard to watch them cross the street heading west, then cross at 400 North with the help of the crossing guard. They then continue north until they get to the school.
Section 3—Students living between 400 North and Center, and Main Street and 300 West should make their way to 300 West. Students should then stay on the west side of the sidewalk, walking north until they reach 400 North and 300 West where there is a crossing guard. At the intersection of 400 North and 300 West, students should cross 400 North heading north with the crossing guard, then continue north to the school
Section 4—Students living between 400 North and 900 North, and Main Street and 300 West, should make their way to 200 West, then head south to 500 North, staying on the sidewalk on the north side of the road. At 500 North, students should go west to 300 West, where there is a 4-way stop intersection. They should then cross 300 West to the school.
Section 5—Students that live along or west of 370 West and between 600 North and 710 North should make their way over to Mitchell Drive and walk to 710 North, then go East on 710 North to 300 West and proceed south on 300 West to the school. There is also a private walkway that students can access at the corner of 600 North and 370 West, that leads right into the school property.
Section 6—Students living west of 500 West and between 600 North and 400 North should make their way to 500 West and go to 470 North, then walk east to 300 West, then north along 300 West to the school. There are also openings on each end of the west field of the school playground where students can enter from 500 West.
Section 7—Students living in Westgate Manor Subdivision should make their way to 400 North, staying on the sidewalk on the south side of the road and walk east until they get to 300 West, then cross at 400 North and 300 west with the crossing guard. Students should then proceed north to 500 North.
Section 8—Students living along 480 North should walk east until they get to 300 West, then proceed North to 500 North to the school.