3/15/2017 8:13:57 AM

March Break is all about students having fun and enjoying time away from school but the OPP wants to ensure that everyone is safe while enjoying the fun. The OPP is warning motorists that students may be out and active during traditional school hours, so they are warning drivers to slow down, be extra watchful and obey all traffic laws. OPP Media Relations Officer Liz Melvin says the OPP also has warnings for caregivers about internet usage during the break.

Melvin says for children that are going to be staying home alone, it is important they know to keep the door locked at all times unless they are expecting someone, adults need to set rules in terms of having visitors, and if kids leave the home, to make sure they notify an adult.

WebReadyTM Powered by WireReady® NSI  |  © Copyright 2008-2011 My Broadcasting Corporation

Back to News


Copyright 2013 StrathroyToday.ca. All rights reserved.

This site powered by PromoSuite Interactive