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Safe Routes to School

Safe Routes to School is a joint effort between HHS, PTSA, City of Cupertino, City of Sunnyvale and City of Los Altos to improve traffic safety to and from school. Initiatives are focused around safety and increasing the number of students who commute to school in ways other than driving. 

For more information or if you would like to get involved, email Steven Puccinelli, Dean of Students (link to my email) or visit http://www.cupertino.org/our-city/departments/public-works/transportation-mobility/safe-routes-2-school.
 

Homestead Bike Stampedes!

Thanks to HHS Safe Routes to School and PTSA, Homestead has had a blast with our first ever Bike Stampedes. Student leaders met riders in the community and encouraged safe group riding to campus, and parent volunteers were at the bike racks giving out food as a treat to those who rode. Principal Giglio and Officer Tracy both also joined in the fun!

Click here for bike safety tips and for recommended bike routes to Homestead.  

a traffic message from the sheriff's office

Fall is in the air and school is about to start.  The Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office would like to remind everyone that traffic is going to be a nuisance the first couple weeks of school.  The Traffic Enforcement Unit will be in full force enforcing traffic laws and would like to offer a few suggestions to make the morning commute a little easier.

  1. Leave a little earlier and/or park a couple blocks away and allow your child to walk to school.
  2. Be patient.  Everyone else is also trying to drop off their child.
  3. Watch out for pedestrians and bicyclists.
  4. If you are traveling eastbound on Homestead, you are only able to make a right hand turn into the drop off area from the right hand lane.  DO NOT make a right hand turn from the fast lane going eastbound, you will be cited.
  5. The speed limit in school zones is 25 mph.
  6. Please check and recheck your rear view mirror before backing out of your driveway.  Numerous kids will be riding their bike to school and in the past we have responded to accidents involving vehicles and bicycles where a child was hit by a vehicle backing out of their driveway.

We would like to make sure everyone arrives at school safely and without any frustration.  If you have any traffic related questions please call our office at 408-868-6600.


Respectfully,

Deputy Hickinbotham #2087
Santa Clara County Sheriff’s Office
School Resource Officer

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